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June 18th, 2007
US-based CytImmune gears up to target cancer cure
We all know there is no magic bullet for cancer. But scientists across the world are working on novel projects like cancer vaccines and newer tools like nanotechnology to conquer cancer, reports CNBC-TV18.
CytImmune is a small US-based nanotechnology company, but it has set a big goal for itself. CytImmune scientists are developing a nanotechnology-based Drug Delivery System that can target cancerous tumours leaving healthy organs and tissues untouched.
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