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The mission? Find and destroy a threatening blood clot.
By: Rohun Palekar
Mar 13, 2017

In the 1960's film The Fantastic Voyage (or its homage episode in the PBS KIDS classic The Magic School Bus!) a miniaturized crew pilots a ship inside the body of an incapacitated scientist. The mission? Find and destroy a threatening blood clot. Science fiction is rife with portrayals of microscopic medicine like this but the question is, can it ever be a reality?

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