(3/3) Women in developing countries are disproportionately affected by cervical cancer due to a lack of access to preventative medicine – innovations in nano-based cancer therapies are paving the way for a cancer-free future. By Mia Shepherd.
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(2/3) A research team at Kings College London have developed a novel image-guided nanoparticle-based cancer treatment for targeted drug delivery, in hopes of reducing patient suffering. By Mia Shepherd.
(1/3) Trojan horse bacteria and biomarker transistors may solve some cancer questions – so say UK-based startups ChronosDx, Cansor, and Neobe Therapeutics. By Mia Shepherd.