Jason Aubry | Feb. 19, 2013 | ABC 57 News
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- When it comes to nano technology, few places in the country are leading the way like the University of Notre Dame. The university has teamed up with Indiana University to study hydrogen sulfide and how it could have health benefits for people suffering from common diseases.
In the last 5 years, hydrogen sulfide has been shown to be potentially involved in ways to treat diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, strokes, and even cancer.