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November 24th, 2003
How does the body react to medical nanodevices?
For the last 4 years, Robert Freitas has been teasing us with brief extracts from his forthcoming Nanomedicine, Volume IIA, in his quarterly nanomedicine articles for Foresight Update. A full online version will appear in the months to come, though an outline is available now at Robert's nanomedicine site, here.
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