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'Connectosomes' create gateway for improved chemo delivery, fewer side effects

(University of Texas at Austin) Engineering researchers have developed a new method that delivers chemotherapy directly and efficiently to individual cells. The approach provides a faster means of targeting and killing cancer cells with significantly lower doses of chemo than conventional drug delivery methods, which could decrease side effects for patients.
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