A research team at the University of South Australia is finding that loud rock music during chemotherapy has been effective at improving the efficiency of treatment. The song that they’ve been using is “Thunderstruck.”
Apparently, the vibrations caused by the music cause silicon micro particles carrying the chemo drug to bounce. Because of that, it covers the cancerous cell more evenly and creates a plasma polymer overlay that prevents the drug from escaping.
So, what does that mean in normal language? Well, the vibrations make treatment more effective. That’s pretty much all you need to know.
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