Published in Gene Therapy Weekly, September 7th, 2006
"One type of gene therapy of tumors, gene-directed enzyme-prodrug therapy (GDEPT), holds considerable promise, although practical considerations limit its clinical applicability. These include the lack of acceptable noninvasive methods that are adaptable to humans for selective tumor targeting of the therapeutic genetic material," wrote J.C. Tseng and colleagues, New York University.
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