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New Developments in Nanotechnology Tackle the Two Biggest Problems Associated With Chemotherapy


February 25, 2010

Huixin He Huixin He, associate professor of nanoscale chemistry at Rutgers University, and Tamara Minko, professor at the Rutgers Ernest Mario School of Pharmacy, have developed a nanotechnology approach that potentially could eliminate the problems of side effects and drug resistance in the treatment of cancer. Under traditional chemotherapy, cancer cells, like bacteria, can develop resistance to drug therapy, leading to a relapse of the disease. Full Story

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