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December 14th, 2004
The News Journal in Delaware informs us that Nanotech's medical payoff is coming.
I agree. It certainly is. However, it will not come very quickly if practicing physicians aren't let in on the nano secret. The News Journal report is fine, as far as basic-research stories go, but it's mising something crucial -- voices from doctors, or even patients, who could take this research and dream up some real-world applications.
Howard Lovy's NanoBot
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