|Treatment with nanobytes
Nov 30, 2008
So I just read a question regarding the use of borg nanoprobes. Sounds funny until you think about it. If it is concievable to design a nanobyte to repair a cell why not to destroy hiv? The nanobytes might even be able to find the latent hiv that is so hard to find. Also in the case of the hiv, restistance would be futile. The nanobytes would adapt. haha.
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
Not that far off of an idea. Nanotechnology will likely bring more targeted therapies into the mainstream in the future.
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