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Press Release 12-129 - Video
Yale University's Tarek Fahmy joined NSF to explain a novel, nanoscale, drug-delivery system.

Yale University engineering professor Tarek Fahmy joined NSF to explain a novel, nanoscale, drug-delivery system that bundles powerful anti-cancer medicines into a single, treatment. The new approach solves several problems that hinder current drug delivery systems and has now proven effective in animal models.

Credit: National Science Foundation

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