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'Sticky balls' can destroy tumour cells

7th January 2014

Early research suggests 'sticky balls' can destroy tumour cells.

Scientists in the US have designed nanoparticles that can stay in the blood stream and kill migrating cancer cells. However, they say there was 'alot more work to be done'.

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Article Information

Title: 'Sticky balls' can destroy tumour cells
Author: Martine Hamilton
Article Id: 24985
Date Added: 7th Jan 2014


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