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Heated nanoparticles awaken the immune response to attack cancer

Nanoparticles, far too small to be seen by the naked eye, have been the subjects of lots of research recently. Their potential uses in medical treatments, particularly against cancer, are receiving a lot of attention. This is mainly because, even with their tiny minute nanoscopic size, they can be used as a vessel to deliver... Read More »

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