Nanotechnologies in medicine

Nanotechnology help people live longer and healthier lives

There are people who consider that it is a bluff


"I'm a loyal customer and I've been using loads of skin care products, bud i think it's all just a bluff. Nanotechnology is just a con to attract and to fool customer into buying overpriced products. I personally cannot understand what nanos can do in a moisture lotion or a hand care cream," says Valery Britton.

But there are people who think skeptically

Another customer Jenny Tannyson sounds rather skeptical too: "Most people are not very well aware of what nanotechnology means, but the word itself sounds impressive. Sales managers can sell more if they convince customers that cutting-edge technologies are applied to produce the product."

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Scientists for use of nanotechnologies in medicine

Scientists, however, are much more excited with the potential of applying nanotechnology in medicine which can save lives and significantly improve quality of life for many patients. Like in cosmetics, nanotechnology has been successfully used for delivering drugs. Nanocrystalline drugs and polymeric capsules for drugs delivery have already been clinically tested and are implented in medical practice.

Survey results by theme "Nanotechnologies in medicine"

I conducted a survey in five high school students.

To the question "Have you heared abot nanotechnology" five out of five students answered "yes".

As well five out of five students said they nanotechnology be applied in real life.

Three out of five students reported that nanotechnology be appled in "medicine".

One chose "space exploration" and one chosen "agriculture".

Also, all five students responded that nanomedicine will really start in 5 years.