Fluorescent Nanoparticles May Help to Spot Cancer Cells Surgeons Could Easily Miss

Fluorescent Nanoparticles May Help to Spot Cancer Cells Surgeons Could Easily Miss
A fluorescent nanomedicine tool for cancer may help to identify which tissues to remove, as well as to kill malignant cells that can’t be cut out with surgery, a new study from Oregon State University reports. The study, “A Tumor-Activatable Theranostic Nanomedicine Platform for NIR Fluorescence-Guided Surgery and Combinatorial Phototherapy,” appeared in the journal Theranostics.

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One comment

  1. Teresa says:

    This news is so amazing to hear about,I hope this news will get more publication,its so important for people with no hope to hear about this.

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