Published in Cancer Weekly, February 17th, 2004
The latter group has combined resources and knowledge to create a novel way to deliver a new lung cancer treatment. The new system, which uses "nanoparticle cluster bombs," has proved effective in treating cancerous lung cells in vitro, it was reported in the International Journal of Pharmaceuticals. The research team from the University of Alberta will conduct in vivo tests early this year, with plans for clinical trials to follow.
"Based on what we've been able to do so far, we have practical hopes...
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