Scientists just created tiny, tumor-shrinking robots over 1,000 times smaller than a human hair

Scientists just figured out how to shrink tumors using robots built from DNA strands. Their new technique was tested on breast, skin, ovary and lung cancers in both mice and pigs. It’s a win because the robots can find and attack cancer cells, starving them of fresh blood supply, without hurting the rest of the body.

Look out cancer cells: here comes a tiny robot, and it’s armed with tumor-shrinking drugs. 

A team of scientists from Arizona State University and The Chinese Academy of Sciences just figured out how to build a tiny, unfolding DNA jack-in-the-box style tumor attacker. The

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