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September 14th, 2006
A leading researcher at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore has recommended establishing an international nanomedicine center at the university’s Rockville campus, said Elaine Amir, campus director.
Meanwhile, researchers at the nanotechnology laboratory at Fort Detrick in Frederick, established last year, will be discovering the potential — and possible pitfalls — of the science’s applications in developing drugs to treat cancer and other diseases.
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