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September 13th, 2004
To better understand the molecular steps that result in cancer and its spread, scientists and clinicians increasingly are turning to smaller and smaller probes that not only act as microscopic sentinels, but also as tools capable of interfering with these processes.
For this reason, the American Association for Cancer Research applauds the new initiative announced today by the National Cancer Institute to harness the power of nanotechnology in the fight against cancer.
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