Nanotechnologie of nanotherapie is een vorm van behandelen van kankerpatiënten waarbij flinterdunne nanodeeltjes via het bloed worden ingebracht eventueel gelabeld met enzymen of andere stoffen en daarna met magneten, licht en laser worden bewerkt/bestraald waardoor de tumoren worden gedood.

 

Nanotechnology wordt op vele manieren toegepast. ook bij het toedienen van medicijnen. Er is op internet zo ontzettend veel over deze nieuwe technologie te vinden dat we ons beperken tot enkele websites waar u meer kunt lezen over nanotechnology. Overigens staan bij verschillende vormen van kanker soms ook toepassingen met bv. inwendige bestraling of chemo enz.:

Een overzichtelijke website over nanothechnologische toepassingen bij medicijnen is deze: Nanotechnology in Medicine - Nanomedicine


Deze website: Current Medical Applications geeft informatie en apps naar een aantal toepassingen:

bv. deze links - apps naar toepassingen bij kanker 

Andere websites via google met goede informatie is deze op basis van afbeeldingen. Erg mooi maar wel heel veel 

Wikipedia geeft alleen in het Engels wat uitgebreidere informatie over nanotechnology  met mooie referentielijst:

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