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Developed the world’s first NFT based on a picture of living cancer cells

Developed the world’s first NFT based on a picture of living cancer cells
Warsaw: An interesting piece of news has come from the world of NFT and blockchain that for the first time a painting has been created by looking at live cancer cells and it has been digitally converted into a non-fungible token (NFT). Is. The money raised will be used to pay for a new but expensive cancer treatment.

The NFT program is called Buy My Cancer or Buy My Cancer.

Live cancer cells were photographed from patients’ bodies in collaboration with the Cancer Research Institute in Poland and the Elvia Cancer Foundation. These images are taken from Confocal microscopy, and after seeing these images, a famous artist Powell Swansky made beautiful paintings on canvas. The painting has since been digitally processed into FFT.
But the work has been done with great care, in which doctors, scientists, and a famous artist have jointly created the NFT. The entire amount will be donated. Powell specializes in creating intricate murals on large canvases. On the other hand, videos of all stages of painting and photography have also been made which will be sold with NFT as evidence.

It will be on sale at NFT Marketplace, OpenC and West. All of the money will be spent on the new cancer treatment CART, which has emerged as a form of effective immunotherapy. This therapy can be used to treat up to 40% of patients who are unresponsive and all types of therapy fail.

This therapy is still very expensive and requires Rs 80 million per patient.

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