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Novel "Hydrogel" Carriers for Anticancer Drugs Developed

News   Apr 08, 2021 | Original story from Tokyo University of Science

 
Novel "Hydrogel" Carriers for Anticancer Drugs Developed

Scientists from Japan have developed novel hydrogels to effectively deliver drugs to tumor sites in response to temperature and pH changes in the tumor microenvironment. Credit: Tokyo University of Science

 
 
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