Harnessing Nanoparticles For Targeted Cancer Treatment

A new approach to cancer therapy uses nanoparticles of fat to deliver a working copy of a tumor suppressor gene to tumor cells, making the tumors more vulnerable to conventional cancer treatments. Esther Chang of Georgetown University Medical Center describes the research, which is now undergoing safety trials.



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