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0 Fighting Cancer and Infection With IBM's Injectable "Medic chips"

IBM invented tiny, nanoscale particles to make silicon chips smaller. Those same particles, which are biocompatible, may be used in the human body to fight antibiotic-resistant staph infections and to carry potent cancer meds directly to tumors, bypassing healthy cells.

Inject it, it delivers it's package, then it dissolves without a trace....
and I thought assassins had been using this technology for years.

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