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Perspectives of Nanotechnology in Minimally Invasive Therapy of Breast Cancer
Journal of Healthcare Engineering
Breast cancer, the most common type of cancer among women in the western world, affects approximately one out of every eight women over their lifetime. In recognition of the high invasiveness of surgical excision and severe side effects of chemical and radiation therapies, increasing efforts are made to seek minimally invasive modalities with fewer side effects. Nanoparticles (<100 nm in size) have shown promising capabilities for delivering targeted therapeutic drugs to cancer cells anddoi:10.1260/2040-22126.96.36.199 pmid:23502250 fatcat:hnd7xmnfbbhzpadq6rbbpiwz2e