Next up in bioengineering: Enhanced humanity?

What's the word on getting neurons and chips to talk to each other?

Just about every day brings new advances in using computers to customize medical treatments. How are chips and bodies interfacing to change disease treatment, repair damaged brain tissue, and even manufacture micro-specialized drugs to be released directly into the bloodstream?

Read the full story on MSNBC: "The future of biomedicine: virtual humans"

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