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November 29th, 2004

Nanotechnology could hold the cure for many ailments

Abstract:
Nanotechnology's bag of tricks for inventing new molecules and manipulating those available naturally could be dazzling in its potential to improve health care.

Evidence is accumulating that nanotechnology may enable better early warning systems for cancer and heart disease, cures for progressive diseases such as cystic fibrosis, techniques for making implants such as artificial hips more successful, and even provide artificial kidneys.

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