Dr. Green’s revolutionary nanoparticle technology does not require patients to undergo chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery
Dr. Hadiyah-Nicole Green — a multi-disciplinary physicist and the second African American woman to graduate with a Ph.D. in physics from the University of Alabama at Birmingham — has become the first to successfully cure cancer using laser-activated nanoparticles. According to Black Culture News, she received a $1.1 million grant to expand her nanoparticle cancer treatment research. As the founder of Ora Lee Smith Cancer Research Foundation, Dr. Green’s revolutionary nanoparticle technology does not require patients to undergo chemotherapy, radiation, or surgery and was found to successfully cure cancer after testing on mice within 15 days.
Currently, Dr. Green’s Ora Lee Smith Research Foundation is continuing to fight cancer using laser-activated nanoparticles and focusing on its mission to make cancer treatment accessible, affordable, and effective.
Learn more aout Dr. Green and her breakthrough, at the post Black Woman Makes History by Becoming the First Doctor to Cure Cancer Using Nanoparticles on AfroTech.