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May 27th, 2005

pSivida's biosilicon does its job, then goes away

Abstract:
Howard Lovy: Every one of pSivida's first "customers," are going to die. And they're going to die of the disease that the Australian nanobio company's product is designed to treat. But if BrachySil, the company's lead product, gives liver cancer patients the gift of another year of life without the pain of chemotherapy, then that would count as pSivida's first success.

Source:
Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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