Cancer cell death is triggered within three days when X-rays are shone onto tumor tissue containing iodine-carrying nanoparticles. The iodine releases electrons that break the tumor’s DNA, leading to cell death

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How is iodine carrying nanoparticles get to the centre of cancer masses where blood circulation is quite poor? Is this method going to work properly when the apoptosis pathway of the cell is also silenced due to mutation?


Wouldn’t this also kill normal cell dna? I’m guessing cancer dna isn’t some wholy unique type of dna that works different from other dna