Catch the Cure: Texas A&M prof unlocking cancer-killing tech.

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  • Texas A&M professor Jorge Seminario is researching cancer-killing technology using miniature versions of jackhammers.
  • The jackhammers are designed to shatter cancer cells by hammering their surface.
  • The research study has been conducted in vitro and on mice, but human trials are expected in the next five years.

Jackhammers are being researched as a potential solution to the fight against cancer. Professor Jorge Seminario from Texas A&M University’s Artie McFerrin Department of Chemical Engineering is leading the research on these innovative devices. The so-called molecular jackhammers are designed to destroy cancer cells by hammering their surface. The study has been conducted on mice and in vitro, and human trials may begin in the next five years. This research has the potential to revolutionize cancer treatment and improve patient outcomes.

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