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Functional Polyesters Deliver siRNA Drugs Selectively to Lung Cancer Cells

11:02 EDT 23 Sep 2016 | OncoTherapy Network

Researchers in Texas are now reporting they have developed drug-loaded synthetic nanoparticles that can distinguish lung cancer cells from healthy cells.

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