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February 21st, 2004
NASA also must concentrate on human clinical research to allow people to survive without gravity in deep space without loss of bone or muscle. Nanotechnology must also be developed to create microscopic motors and sensors, Gen. Jefferson Howell Jr. said. "I think the medical benefits to Earth are going to be astounding in a lot of ways," Howell said. "We are going to develop nanomedical devices that can be implanted in people to monitor health. Someday all of us will be walking around with one of these things that can tell us if anything is wrong so you can go take care of it before you feel it."
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