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August 20th, 2007

The perfect vehicle?

Abstract:
Poor solubility of cancer drugs as well as the toxicity induced by solvents have dogged cancer therapy. But now, a new study suggests that nanomaterials may be the solution.

Today there are many anticancer drugs in the market, which have been recommended at different stages. Camptothecin is the one of the important anticancer drug available in the market.

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