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Nanomedicine research for prostate cancer supported by $5 million gift Jan 30, 2008

Gift to 4 institutions, including Weill Cornell Medical College NEW YORK (Jan. 29, 2008) -- The Prostate Cancer Foundation, largely through the generosity of David H. Koch, has given $5 million to four institutions, including Weill Cornell Medical College,…

'Nanobubbles' plus chemotherapy equals single-cell cancer targeting Apr 10, 2012

Rice teams with MD Anderson, Baylor College of Medicine to explore drug and gene delivery HOUSTON -- (April 9, 2012) -- Using light-harvesting nanoparticles to convert laser energy into "plasmonic nanobubbles," researchers at Rice University, the University…

Press release: Tumor micro-environment is a rough neighborhood for nanoparticle cancer drugs Jan 13, 2015

(Chapel Hill, N.C. - Jan. 13, 2015) - Nanoparticle drugs--tiny containers packed with medicine and with the potential to be shipped straight to tumors--were thought to be a possible silver bullet against cancer. However new cancer drugs based on nanoparticles…

Clinicians, companies and academics converge for Nano World Cancer Day 2016 Feb 5, 2016

From patient compliance and receptor-aided drug delivery, to regulatory taxonomy and funding, experts from different sectors came together to tackle the challenge of improving cancer treatments.

New 'nanodrug' breaks down barriers to attack breast cancer cells from the inside out Mar 29, 2011

Unlike other drugs that target cancer cells from the outside with minimal effect, this “transport vehicle” carries multiple drugs that spare healthy cells, accumulate in tumor cells and strike cancer-specific molecular targets inside LOS ANGELES (March…

Nanotech researchers' two-step method shows promise in fighting pancreatic cancer Nov 14, 2013

Researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center have developed a new technique for fighting deadly and hard-to-treat pancreatic cancer that uses two different types of nanoparticles, the first type clearing a path into tumor cells for the second,…

Press release: Nanobiotix starts a new research program, in Immuno Oncology, with its lead product NBTXR3 Jan 8, 2016

NANOBIOTIX (Euronext: NANO - ISIN: FR0011341205), a late clinical-stage nanomedicine company pioneering novel approaches for the local treatment of cancer, announces today that, in addition to its current advanced clinical development program, the Company…

Scorpion venom with nanoparticles slows spread of brain cancer Apr 17, 2009

By combining nanoparticles with a scorpion venom compound already being investigated for treating brain cancer, University of Washington researchers found they could cut the spread of cancerous cells by 98 percent, compared to 45 percent for the scorpion…

Fractal patterns seen on emerging cancerous cells Mar 12, 2015

Study could point to new ways of preventing some cancers.

Applied nanobiomedicine: Exploiting nanoparticles to hunt for hidden cancer cells Jun 6, 2012

Launch of the interdisciplinary joint project 'MRCyte' The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research provides over €300,000 for the next three years to fund a new research project at the Mainz University Medical Center. The project aims to detect…

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