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Ten years ago, I never imagined nanotechnology would have a major impact on my life, let alone anyone else’s. But nanotechnology and nanoBIOtechnology are going to be around for a while, although most people won’t think about it unless and until they have some reason to confront it. The potential of nanobiotechnology for solving problems in medicine and healthcare has yet to be fully realized. I would like to think that in my lifetime we would see the direct and tangible benefits of nanotechnology in medicine at the patient care level. I think that is already starting to happen. I am glad to be part of this “fantastic voyage” of discovery at Johns Hopkins. I hope that what we do here to communicate these discoveries to you helps make you feel like you are part of that journey, too.
Benefits of Nanotechnology in Medicine
Benefits of nanotechnology in medicine
Welcome to the November issue of this Fr-US Nanotechs Newsletter! Retour ligne manuel
The highlights of this edition are the benefits of nanotechnology in medicine in the United States: Penn State College of Medicine studied a new way to deliver drug in cancer cells, the Houston Methodist Research Institute will receive $1,92 million to develop an implantable device that delivers therapeutic drugs remotely and Google unveiled his project to work on a cancer and heart attack detector. In France, scientists focused on developing new nanoparticles’ properties: the Institut Marie Curie achieved in creating particles that are fluorescent and magnetic and the CEMES studied plasmonic properties of gold nanoparticles chains. Retour ligne manuel
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Do the benefits of nanotechnology in medicine outweigh the risks?