Nano Cancer Research

Nanotechnology is being applied to cancer in two broad areas: the development of nanovectors, such as nanoparticles, which can be loaded with drugs or imaging agents and then targeted to tumours, and high-throughput nanosensor devices for detecting the biological signatures of cancer. Combined, such technologies could lead to earlier diagnosis and better treatment for patients with cancer. The aim of Nano Cancer Research is to harness the potential of nanotechnology in cancer, by seeking broad scientiic input to provide direction to research and engineering applications.

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