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May 21st, 2003
Nanotechnology offers hope for brain tumours
Powerful drugs targeted for one area often cause problems in non-diseased parts of the body, sometimes leading to serious side effects. However, the situation is even worse for people with brain cancer, because getting the drugs to reach their target tumour is even harder.
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