- The patent provides a considerable amount of details on how this wearable device could be used to monitor health and be used in medical studies in conjunction with many wearers of such devices, and could be used to fight off targeted particles in a person’s blood stream.
- To quote the patent, “the targets could be any substances or objects that, when present in the blood, or present at a particular concentration or range of concentrations, may affect a medical condition or the health of the person wearing the device. For example, the targets could include enzymes, hormones, proteins, cells or other molecules."
- "Modifying or destroying the targets could include causing any physical or chemical change in the targets such that the ability of the targets to cause the adverse health effect is reduced or eliminated."
Google Files Patent for Wearable Nanotechnology Anti-Cancer Technology
3. 16. 15 by Alex Klokus