Engineer Pull Disease Blood Magnets Medisieve
British engineer George Frodsham has figured out a way to pull diseases from blood with magnets. Called MediSieve, this innovative treatment technology functions similarly to dialysis, as in it removes a patient’s blood and then infuses it with magnetic nanoparticles designed to bind to a specific disease. These magnets are then used to draw out and trap those cells before pumping the filtered blood back into the body.



The ultimate goal is for doctors to run a person’s blood through the machine several times until their levels of the disease are low enough to be defeated with basic drugs or even the patient’s own immune system. Frodsham is currently awaiting for the United Kingdom’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency to approve this treatment once they trial the system on patients infected with the malaria parasite. Hopefully, this type of system will one day be used for life on other planets.

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Engineer Pull Disease Blood Magnets MediSieve

In theory, you can go after almost anything. Poisons, pathogens, viruses, bacteria, anything that we can specifically bind to we can remove. So it’s a very powerful potential tool,” said Frodsham.