By now, most people are aware of the revolutionary new cure for cancer.
Crispr (pronounced kuh-RIH-pray) technology, a process used to genetically modify DNA, has the potential to revolutionise the treatment of cancer by treating cancer cells and tissue with a form of light-based therapy, which can be used in combination with existing medicines to treat many types of cancer.
Cancer has become one of the most important diseases on the planet and is responsible for millions of deaths each year.
It is estimated that approximately 100 million people in the world have the disease.
Scientists around the world are now attempting to develop treatments that use light to treat cancer.
However, they need to be very specific to cancer.
In particular, they cannot cure all cancers.
However, it has been possible to use light-sensing technology to treat multiple types of cancers.
A team led by Dr Zhiqiang Guo from the Institute of Nanoscience at Beijing Normal University and colleagues have recently developed a technique that can be utilized to treat various types of melanoma.
The team used light to kill a single cell of melanomas and showed that it could be used to kill any number of cells.
Dr Guo and his team have also shown that they could use the light to activate a gene called MCF7.
The team’s technique is based on a technique known as a photodiodesis, which is a light-absorbing process.
Using this technique, the researchers demonstrated that it is possible to kill melanoma cells with light using the method.
Although the method used to generate light for the researchers is not yet widely used, they have been working to improve the technique and are now working to make it available for clinical use.
This is a great step forward in the development of the world’s first photodidactical medicine, Dr Guos team reported in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
According to Dr Guo, the light-induced photodisis process was used to target cancer cells with a light pulse, which was then injected into the cancer cells.
The team then used the light and stimulated the cells to turn on a protein called melanin, which allowed them to kill the cancer cell.
Dr Zhi Qiu from the Chinese Academy of Sciences said that the research could be applied to other types of malignant tumors as well.
“The method used here could be a great option for the treatment and diagnosis of different types of tumors,” Dr Zeng said.
“For instance, it is very easy to target melanoma-related tumors, and we could even use the technique to target other types, such as tumors of the breast, stomach, liver, or pancreas.”
We are also working on using this technique to treat lung cancers, which could be very useful for lung patients with lung cancer.
“Our research has already shown that using this method to kill cancer cells using light can be performed safely.”
In addition, the technique can also be used for treating tumors of other types and types of skin, which has applications in cosmetics, medicine, and surgical applications,” Dr Guos added.
Source: Al Jazeera