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Study: Remotely Activated Drug Delivery System Using Graphene Oxide

In case one still thinks a remotely activated drug delivery system using graphene oxide (GO) nanoparticles is a “conspiracy theory”, rest assured that those who have been telling you that are probably not nuts. Well, not because of this anyway.

A study published in September 2022 titled “Remotely controlled electro-responsive on-demand nanotherapy based on amine-modified graphene oxide for synergistic dual drug delivery” by D. Sahoo et al did just that, using GO to deliver aspirin and doxorubicin for cancer patients.

Whilst there may be merit to that intent, the point is that GO used to deliver drugs is not a theory. What might currently be theory is whether there is GO carrying something particularly nasty in the COVID-19 injections ready to be released by remote signal.

Now, that would be interesting, wouldn’t it?

Graphical abstract
Graphical abstract

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