I had to fix your link by turning it into a "Click Here" link because there was a dash in the link code that wouldn't parse. Kind of a work-around.
Yes, that would be great. They weren't exactly clear on what happens to the nanoparticles after they deliver the drug, though.
If they're broken down and absorbed by the body, without any negative side effects, that's good. But if the body flushes them, that's not so good.
We have to be careful about what we release into the environment. Including things so small we can't see them with the naked eye.
I kind of get a laugh out of the phrase "FDA Approved". All that really means is the FDA believes what the manufacturer told them, and that the concoction hasn't already been proven to be harmful.
They don't do a heck of a lot until people start getting sick from some product.
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