Discussion in 'Health News and Research unrelated to ME/CFS' started by Indigophoton, Jun 26, 2018.
Near perfect - what could go wrong?
It's probably prejudiced and ignorant of me, but synthetic t-cell manufacture is not what I would have expected from someone focused on dentures and the like.
Would this make ME/CFS better or worse?
Worst case kills the patient, best case they become zombies
It sounds like these would be non-living, t-cell-sized, flexible capsules with a surface coating that makes them stick to infected cells. I guess the interior of the capsule would contain some sort of cytotoxic substance that would somehow get released when contact is made. Sounds like they've achieved the first step of making flexible, t-cell-sized capsules.
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