Osaka University Researchers Discover Worms That Can Kill Cancer Cells

Osaka University researchers discovered microscopic, free-living worms known as nematodes may be coated with hydrogel sheaths that contain useful cargo such as anti-cancer medications.

Nematodes are tiny, free-living worms that normally inhabit soil or other environmental niches and, under certain circumstances, may enter the human body.

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