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(Worthy News) – Israeli scientists have destroyed cancerous tumors in mice by carrying out “controlled explosions” inside the body, which tear through the cancer cells.
They hope to develop the procedure for humans, and say that it could one day become an alternative to tumor-removal surgery for some patients.
They injected veins of lab mice with “nanobubbles” of gas which are 2,500 times smaller than a single grain of salt.
The bubbles spread throughout the whole body as blood circulated, but the scientists chose exactly where they wanted to “detonate” them — solely around the tumor. This was possible because low-frequency ultrasound causes them to pop, so the researchers only applied the ultrasound around the tumor. [ Source: Times of Israel (Read More…) ]
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