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October 3rd, 2005
Nanomedicine gets clinical
Richard Jones: Everyone agrees that some of the key applications of nanotechnology will be in medicine. Within medicine, drug delivery is an obvious target. So when can we expect to see nano-enabled medicines on the pharmacy shelves?
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