Nanoimpellers are an experimental technology developed to eliminate some of the harmful effects of chemotherapy by facilitating treatment of only specific areas of the body. Nanoimpellers are nanoscale, light-activated containers filled with cancer-fighting drugs that only release their contents when hit by a specific type of laser.
- "Nanomachine Kills Cancer Cells With Exposure To Light". Inventorspot. 25 April 2008. Retrieved 30 March 2015.
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