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Novel method for enhancing tumours response to treatment – Health Europa

A research team have innovated a new strategy that increases tumour receptiveness to cancer drugs, potentially enhancing chemotherapy treatment.




The Research, led by Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), indicates that their new strategy enables tumours to respond to cancer drugs more effectively, showing promising signs for the development of chemotherapy treatments. Their study is published in Nature Nanotechnology.
One of the most significant roadblocks that obstruct effective cancer therapy is supplying tumours with sufficient anticancer drugs. The new strategy to achieve this involves binding the medications to albumin the most abundant…

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