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July 21st, 2007
Nanotechnology has the potential to revolutionise health care and to make treatment more readily available for diseases that claimed millions of lives around the world, particularly in the developing and under-developed countries of Asia and Africa, Puducherry Governor M Mithi said Saturday.
The biggest challenge facing the country was meeting health needs of the people and nano medical devices would play increasingly critical and beneficial role in improving the diagnostic and treatment systems, he said.
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