Chemotherapy obsolete? "Ceramide nanoliposome" uses liposomal delivery to target and kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells

Chemotherapy obsolete? "Ceramide nanoliposome" uses liposomal delivery to target and kill cancer cells without harming healthy cells
(Natural News) Penn State researchers have developed a new compound, called ceramide nanoliposome, that has the potential to replace radiation and chemotherapy in the future. This new drug is able to smart kill tumors, meaning it targets and destroys cancer cells while leaving healthy cells unharmed. In 2005, James Adair, professor of materials science and…
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