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mmaha2
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re: BioMEMS target medical, space applications
mmaha2   11/19/2009 5:40:30 AM
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Yes, I agree that Bio-Mems will be the next generation medical diagnostic as well as therapeutic devices ! Biomedical Researcher, IIT-KGP

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re: BioMEMS target medical, space applications
karim10   11/19/2009 12:59:21 AM
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Prof. Ferrari has hit the nail on the head! Cancer has to be viewed as a technology problem -- and MEMS/NEMS are the clearest way to go forward. I am particularly interested in magnetic induction heating as a means of destroying targeted cancer cells after guiding magnetic nanoparticles to the malignant site.



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