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Tiny, implantable medical device can propel itself through bloodstream

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Yesterday, at the International Solid-State Circuits Conference (ISSCC) before an audience of her peers, electrical engineer Poon demonstrated a tiny, wirelessly powered, self-propelled medical device capable of controlled motion through a fluid--blood more specifically. The era of swallow-the-surgeon medical care may no longer be the stuff of science fiction.

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