Exclusive translation: Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh are developing a new drug to treat cancer that will be 50,000 times smaller than the size of an ant, according to the Daily Mail.
The researchers pointed out that the new “nuclear” treatment will be able to treat cancerous tumors and eliminate them completely, and will achieve a tangible scientific breakthrough.
They pointed out that the new treatment works by stopping the production of an immune protein that is inhibited in cancer patients and allows the growth and spread of tumors.
The new chemotherapy works by killing fast-growing cancer cells, and is currently being tested to ensure it will not harm benign cells as well.
After testing the treatment on mice, it was discovered that it was effective and capable of eliminating colon and pancreatic cancer completely.