According to sources overseas, a new development has emerged involving the ability to kill cancer cells within hours. This kind of research is the prediction to locating and punishing ‘hard-to-reach’ tumors in patients (including children with deadly diseases). Deemed as a method of cell suicide (by resources), the injection of a certain chemical compound–nitrobenzaldehyde–is followed by diffusing into the targeted tumor. Next, a scientific light (i.e., a nanoparticle is positively aggravated by a wavelength of light) is aimed at the tissue, causing the cell to become unstable with extremely acidic innards. According to researchers, the chosen cancer cells deteriorate enough to be pronounced dead within two hours.

“Though there are many different types of cancers, the one thing they have in common is their susceptibility to this induced cell suicide,”–Matthew Gbovin 

Mr. Gbovin, the cancer enthusiasts, has a record that entails testing against triple negative breast cancer, which is considered a difficult to treat, aggressive cancer; surprisingly, Gbovin has produced results in mice (doubling their survival rate by stopping the growth of cancer [tumors]). This alone is enough proof to reach another conclusion to further fund the Bbovin cell suicide project. Both National Institutes of Health and National Academy of Sciences are sponsors of this specific type of medical research. 

This non-invasive method (i.e., the nanoparticle is positively aggravated by a wavelength of light) gives hope to cancer patients with hard-to-reach tumors in the located within the sensitive regions of the body’s nervous system. Additionally, chemotherapy patients with the maximum amount of radiation treatment and reports of an overwhelming amount of pain and upsetting scars, along with children for fear they will become mutated from radiation poisoning, aim to investigate further into Gbovin solution to destroy cancer cells within a few hours.