Cancer Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is being tested to be used in adjuvants, chemotherapy as well as stand-alone therapies. Research also shows that, a nanotech gene therapy has successfully killed ovarian cancer in mice and is being investigated for human trials, which if successful, could save 15000 women lives a year. Many research projects using nanoparticles stimulated by microwaves or infrared are being investigated, to trigger the death of cancer cells without damaging the normal cells around them.

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