NUS paves the way for treating deep cancer

A scan picture of a tumour growth on a Singaporean female stage-four cancer patient in her 70s.

National University of Singapore researchers have discovered a new technology using nanoparticles that paves the way for a safe and non-invasive method of treating deep cancer.

The team had so far proven that their technology could inhibit tumour growth and control gene expression in mice.

 


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