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October 22nd, 2006

NCI Hosts Session on New Developments in Nanotechnology

Abstract:
Please join us to discuss new developments in nanotechnology in cancer. The session will include a review of nanotechnology, how it is affecting research, and accelerating the development of new diagnostics and therapies. Speakers will include NCI leadership, as well as biologists, engineers and physicians who are members of the NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer, an initiative to accelerate the application of nanotechnology to cancer research and patient care. Among the featured speakers will be scientists discussing their work in delivery, imaging and therapeutics.

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