Noninvasive sound technology developed at the University of Michigan breaks down liver tumors in rats, kills cancer cells and spurs the immune system to prevent further spread—an advance that could lead to improved cancer outcomes in humans

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I see articles like this every so often, for the past several years, maybe longer. But it seems like nothing ever comes of it. Cancer treatment seems to be more or less the same, at least with the people I know. Does anyone know why this is? Is it just that it hasn’t been long enough? Or do some of them eventually get shot down for whatever reason? I’m middle aged so wondering if by the time I’m 60+ if any of these treatments will actually be available?

joeyo1423

I hope the sound is Dubstep with BRUTAL DROPS

mentosbreath

Haven’t they been using this to break up kidney stones and other medical uses for a decades?

Powerful_Put5667

Oof university of Michigan? Nobody who makes under 100k a year is gonna have access to this technology for years then.

PhD_Pwnology

Sound is the future of medicine

RangerBurly