Yabrov, Alexander and Okunev, Yuri (2004) Medicine without drugs - a new direction for application of nanotechnology. Medical Hypotheses, 63 (1). 149 - 154.
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A working model of direct computer–organism interaction is described. The model is based on the understanding of the ways/modes, by which information is transmitted in the living organism. Information is transmitted in an organism by different ways. Communication between (among) the streams of different modes of information is provided by particular natural mechanisms – transformers and interconnectors. The model suggests that the functions of the cells, organs and systems of an organism can be monitored, controlled and governed directly by means of nano-computers. The application of a computer enables one to provide early diagnostics and successful treatment using specifically designed computer programs instead of, or in conjunction with, medications or surgery. The computer–organism interaction is being achieved through an effective engagement and interaction of the streams of computer generated information with the streams of information naturally transmitted in the organism.
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