Today’s Solutions: September 30, 2022

Doctors teamed up and developed a spray gel that clears away any cancerous remnants that might be left after tumor-removal surgeries. The spray-on gel works by triggering the immune system to sweep the area and kill off whatever cancerous cells are still there. This could potentially prevent the re-growth of cancer tissue after removing tumors surgically.

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