December 3, 2012

Cold Plasma Blast Kills Cancer Cells

Halleh Balch, Inside Science


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Patients battling the blood cancer leukemia could one day receive a new type of treatment that uses a plasma -- a gas of electrically charged particles -- to kill cancer cells while keeping the healthy cells intact, according to new research.

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TAGGED: Leukemia, Ozone, Cold Plasma, Cancer

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