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November 1st, 2005
After seeing how the mice were cured of human prostate cancer with the technology, cancer specialists gathered at the European Cancer Conference in Paris on Tuesday praised the work as impressive and said they had high hopes for its application to patients.
In a final group of mice, scientists injected the targeted nanoparticles containing the drug. "The tumor completely disappeared," Farokhzad said.
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