I am looking to find out just how ground breaking the addition of nanotechnology could be on the medical field. The ability to medicate and treat on a microscopic level has the potential to be the holy grail of medicines. Also, I'm looking to see how far we away we are from nanotech treatments being given out on a regular basis.
I know that currently nano technology is being researched around the globe. It has the potential to be engineered specifically for each person to have a specific treatment, which could further optimize success rates, and improve the overall quality of life for millions of people suffering from currently untreatable diseases. It could eventually be used to even alter parts of people's genetics which.could cure even birth given illnesses.
I shifted my sights towards the medical applications of nanotechnology because I feel it would reap the most rewards due to how many lives could be changed with its influence. I began my research by first looking into what challenges were in the way of nano-tech and formed my later questions off of those challenges.
After conducting my research I have concluded that nanotechnology is innevitsbable. It highlights all of the key issues we deal with today and solves them in a surefire way. The differences between each person can be calculated and accounted for in each treatment administered. I have also learned about the serious complications haunting the progress of this research, but they are all solvable in due time.