Study shows nanoparticles could be used to overcome treatmen
The study, published in the Dec. 14, 2016, online edition of American Chemical Society's ACS Nano and led by Xiaoting Zhang, PhD, associate professor in the Department of Cancer Biology at the UC College of Medicine, shows that using a nanodelivery system to target HER2-positive breast cancer and stop production of the protein MED1 could slow tumor growth, stop cancer from spreading and sensitize the cancer cells to treatment with tamoxifen, a known therapy for estrogen-driven cancer....

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/12/161214151702.htm
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