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New Cancer Drug Delivery System is Effective and Reversible


August 6, 2009

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Cancer drugs must be effective. But they must also target cancer cells and spare healthy cells. And--ideally--they'll come with an easy antidote. University of Illinois researchers report that they have developed a cancer drug delivery system that achieves all of the above. Full Story

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University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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