In 2018, more than 9.6 million people died of cancer, and the total number of patients increased to 43 million.
Many universities and startups have long been engaged insearching for a cure for cancer - not only medical, but also biotechnological. For example, by 2025, Rostec plans to develop bionanorobots to fight cancer.
Previously scientists from Stanford Universityhave developed an experimental system for early diagnosis of cancer. The system consists of iron nanoparticles and the finest wire that will need to be placed in blood vessels.
Recently, scientists from the NationalResearch Nuclear University MEPhI developed a new type of MRI based on biodegradable silicon particles. This type of magnetic resonance imaging can be used not only for diagnosis, but also for cancer therapy.