New method of treatment to fight cancer cells

Carol Roach By Carol Roach, 17th Oct 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Researchers all over the world are rigorously researching cancer and new ways to eradicate the disease. Montreal has come up with a new nanosurgery which so far has promising results.

femotosecond lazer

Great news for everyone concerned about cancer. Montreal has come out with brand new research that will benefit many cancer patients. The Polytechique de Montreal has succeeded in changing the genetic code of cancer cells. This new nano surgery uses a laser of all things. It is a laser with ultra-short pulses called a femtosecond laser. This type of laser deposits gold nanoparticles into the cells and it does not require a huge operation. This is the simplest surgery to date for cancer patients.

Nano surgery

This nanosurgery will change the composition of the cells and may be able to stop the cancer from spreading. The new procedure does not destroy the cells like the standard lipofection treatment which is the gene therapy treatment that is used today. It is expected to prevent the spreading of cancer cells.

The study's results were published in the journal Biomaterials.

New hope on the horizon

The researchers of this new medical breakthrough have expectations for new applications in several diseases such as cancer, heart, and neurological disorders. The research has been funded by Montreal McGill University, Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Nature et les Technologies (FQRNT), and several other Canadian health institutes.

Finally, something that will bring hope to many people is on the horizon.

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Retired therapist and author of two books, freelance writer, newsletter editor, and blogger. I write, health, mental health, women's issues, animal , celebrity, history, and SEO articles.

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author avatar brendamarie
18th Oct 2015 (#)

Great article Carol, thanks for sharing this information.

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author avatar Fern Mc Costigan
18th Oct 2015 (#)

Interesting post!

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author avatar Retired
18th Oct 2015 (#)

There are a number of encouraging developments under way at present, but they will all take time to reach their full potential and make a real difference to cancer patients.

I only hope that - should I ever fall victim to cancer - one of these techniques will be sufficiently advanced to do the trick for me.

I also feel desperately sorry for people I have known who died from cancer in past years, before these treatments had been discovered.

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author avatar spirited
20th Oct 2015 (#)

sounds like this research is worth its weight in gold then, LOL,

interesting read Carol

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author avatar Stella Mitchell
20th Oct 2015 (#)

I am happy to hear such good news Carol...
I pray that the cost of this medical breakthrough will not be too high when it is available for general use .
Many blessings to you
Stella ><

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author avatar Carol Roach
20th Oct 2015 (#)

Here in Canada we don't pay for them

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