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Dr. Samadi Discusses Advancements in Nanotechnology and Future Benefits in Treating Cancer

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Fox News, 4:33, 04/16/2011

Dr. Samadi discusses advancements in nanotechnology and how this will change how we view medicine in the future - from replacing antibiotics to new methods of detecting and treating cancer.

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