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Use of carbon nanoparticles paves way to customized cancer therapy

Sunday, February 19, 2012

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Source: www.azonano.com Author: Cameron Chai A research study by Jeffrey Myers from the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center and James Tour from the Rice University has reported that a combination of carbon nanoparticles and existing drugs has the capability to improve head-and-neck cancer treatment, particularly when coupled with radiation therapy.   The novel […]

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Vibrating Gel May Give New Voice to Throat-Cancer Patients

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

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Source: Businessweek.com Nov. 1 (Bloomberg) — Bob Langer may be the last, best hope for aging rockers. Just ask Roger Daltrey, lead singer for The Who. Langer, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology researcher whose work has created two dozen biotech startups, is developing a gel that can vibrate up to 200 times a second — […]

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MIT and Harvard team gives voice to the voiceless

Friday, July 15, 2011

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Source: Popular Science Author: Clay Dillow Call it a silent killer: some 6 percent of the U.S. population has some kind of voice disorder, most of those resulting from scarring of the vocal cords that can lead to diminishing or even total loss of the ability to speak. Giving voice to the voiceless, a team […]

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