Google developing cancer- and heart attack-detecting pill
Google is working on a nanoparticle pill that could identify cancers, heart attacks and other diseases before they become a problem.
The pill would contain magnetic particles approximately 10,000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. These tiny particles will have antibodies or proteins attached to them that detect the presence of "biomarker" molecules inside the body that indicate diseases such as cancer or an imminent heart attack.
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