Nanotechnology Aids in Effective Cancer Therapy

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Researchers are leveraging nanotechnology by manipulating molecules and structures much smaller than a single cell to enhance the capability to monitor and destroy cancer cells in human body. New biocompatible materials that are highly sensitive and precise enough to destroy cancer cells without harming healthy cells are becoming a prime area of research focus. Research is also focused toward solutions that have superior targeting capabilities. Traditional cancer drugs are being replaced with technologies either with nanomaterials or nanoencapsulation to disintegrate the carcinogenic entity and/or destroy its nutritional support as a whole.The Nanotech TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE) provides intelligence

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Nanotechnology Aids in Effective Cancer TherapyAdvancements of Nanotechnology in Cancer Therapy Therapy for Effectively Treating Cancer Using Magnetic NanoparticlesCalcium Phosphate-based Jacket Technology for Cancer TreatmentTrojan Horse Based Nanoencapsulation TechnologyNanobased Solution for Targeted Therapy of Hepatic CancerStrategic InsightsGrowing Use of Nanotechnology for Effective Cancer TreatmentBiocompatible Nanomaterials are of key Research Focus AreaKey PatentsPatents Cover Coating Compositions and Methods of ApplicationIndustry ContactsIndustry Contacts




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