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This paper presents a technique of abnormal cell removal using ultra short pulses of optical tweezers. This technique uses a Half Panda Ring Resonator (HPRR) made of nonlinear fiber optics to generate desired results, which are applicable to medical applications. This system consists of a centered ring resonator connected to smaller ring resonators on the left side which is a good candidate for nanoscale interferometer applications. The optical tweezers generated by the dark soliton propagating inside the system are in the form of potential wells. Optical tweezers can trap microscopic dielectric particles using radiation pressure of light. This technique has the unique ability to trap and manipulate molecules at the mesoscopic scale using molecular buffers. Optical tweezers with Full Width at Half Maximum (FWHM) of 3.58 nm interact with nano particles within the molecular buffer system, thus optical trapping occurs. Therefore the nano particles are used to be transmitted to a biological tissue in order to remove abnormal cells by direct collision, thus the collision of the particles will result in an exchange of energy and damage to the cells.