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Drug Sponge Could Minimize Cancer Treatment Side Effects

News   Jan 09, 2019 | Original story by Robert Sanders for UC Berkeley

 
Drug Sponge Could Minimize Cancer Treatment Side Effects

Liver cancer treatment has advanced from intravenous delivery of chemotherapy drugs, which affects not only the tumor and liver but also organs throughout the body (red, left), to intra-arterial chemo (center), which limits the spread of the drug, though up to half can still exit the liver to poison the rest of the body. The proposed absorber would sop up unused drug emerging from the liver, drastically reducing unwanted effects on other organs (right). Credit: Anand Patel, MD, UCSF

 
 
 

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