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September 3rd, 2005

KGMU prepares to reap fruit of research with IIT-K

Abstract:
Soon the doctors at the King George’s Medical University (KGMU) will be developing drugs that would directly target the cancerous cells and would have minimum toxicity and side-effects. They are also working for early screening of the genetic diseases. Professor MLB Bhatt, Department of Radiotherapy, has prepared plans for the development of nanotechnology, targeted therapies and gene therapy.

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