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New implant technologies designed to treat cancer

According to Scientific American, two teams of researchers are making progress developing alternatives to surgically removing tumors:

One team of researchers has been able to vanquish tumors in mice by implanting bioengineered disks filled with tumor-specific antigens, and another has developed magnetized nanodiscs to induce cancer cells to destroy themselves.

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