Science & Technology
Scientists kill cancer cells with "trojan horse"
By T.K. Randall
July 1, 2009 · 20 comments
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A team of scientists in Australia have developed a "trojan horse" to help combat cancer, the treatment would allow chemotherapy to directly target cancer cells instead of the current method of using it on both cancerous and healthy cells.
Australian scientists have developed a "trojan horse" therapy to combat cancer, using a bacterially-derived nano cell to penetrate and disarm the cancer cell before a second nano cell kills it with chemotherapy drugs."
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