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August 25th, 2007
Why biotech CEOs need to think like Steve Jobs
The company is engineering nanoscale particles that will deliver two drugs directly to the site of a tumor: One drug will shut down the blood vessels that feed the tumor while the other will deliver chemotherapy over a sustained period. By custom-building the package that will contain these two drugs, Tempo believes it can get the drugs to the right place -- and reduce side effects.
"Nanotechnology," Crane said, "has the potential to redefine drug therapy over the next five to 10 years."
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