Cancer is obviously a very serious issue, and one that's on a lot of peoples' minds. So, yeah, you can bet that scientists have been devoting tons of time and energy into researching new methods of stopping it in its tracks (some of which I've posted about before, in fact). There's been attempts with vaccines, stem cell, and all that jazz. Apparently, though, that wasn't satisfying to a group of South Korean scientists (you could even say there were repelled from it). They laughed off the efforts of their peers and presented their own solution: Magnets. And this is where things get interesting, because it looks like they've had some success in destroying cancer cells. With, need I remind you, magnets. Belfast Telegraph This is by no means an out-and-out cure, but it does offer another avenue for cancer research, and quite handily demonstrates that these cells aren't so invincible. Plus, you know, magnets destroying cancer. Gotta say I'm attracted to that. (And in its own way, it kind of makes X-Men all the more tragic. This research would suggest that if Magneto would just leave the Brotherhood of Evil Mutants behind, he could legitimately make a fortune in the fields of construction, scientific research, and medicine!) It's at times like these, you get to thinking... Magnets, how do they work?