By Jeffrey Ni
Current cancer treatment is like you and cancer being chased by a bull. You’re just running and praying the bull doesn’t get to you first. But what if we could give you an invisibility cloak, or give cancer an obnoxiously red outfit? Researchers at University of Science and Technology of China, Georgia Tech, and Emory have been collaborating on a nanoscale “cluster bomb” method of drug delivery that allows cisplatin, a chemotherapy drug, to more accurately target tumor cells. So far this has only been tested in mice, but its implications could improve the lives of those going through cancer treatment.
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