Theoretically, cancer can be cured if a potent drug acts only in the tumor with sufficient concentration and duration. Nanotechnology has the potential to satisfy these requirements if some of its intrinsic shortcomings can be solved: rapid uptake of nanocarriers by RES and the toxicity as a result, and drug release outside the tumor, especially the early burst release when the fast drug release is coupled with high blood ...more »
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