the CSD will be manufactured by the Assembler proposed by Eric Drexler and Ralph Merkle. In theory, the Assembler is a nanomachine about 100 nanometers in dimensions that is able to build other nano-machines such as the CSD.
Outer Covering: made from silver nanopowder manufactured from Nano Powders Industries. This nanopowder is organically coated so that it can be used in creating devices for biological uses.
Inside Components: will be made using the Silver Platinum NanoPowder #49 (also from Nano Powders Industries), which is an organic nanosized ultra fine silver-platinum alloy powder.
The Cancer-Suppressing Device (CSD) is a device designed on the molecular level by means of nanotechnology. The CSD has been designed to be the most accurate and effective in suppressing tumors by utilizing the p53 tumor-suppressor gene along with epidermal growth factor (EGF) receptors and ornithine decarboxylase (ODC) enzymes as indicators of a cancer cell.
Shape: the CSD is shaped like a normal blood cell so that it will travel smoothly and efficiently through the bloodline, eliminating the likelihood of a bloodline clogging.
the Assembler would have a molecular robotic arm fixed in place so that the free end of the arm could grab the molecular fragments from the supply of materials and hold them long enough for the fragments to join together.
Silver Platinum NanoPowder #49
How the Assembler Works