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Heated Nanoprobes Shown To Slow Growth Of Cancer Cells

Researchers from the University of California-Davis reported that using hot nanoprobes on laboratory mice with human breast cancer can slow the growth of the tumors. In initial experiments, the researchers found that when using the heating dose of the nanoprobes, the tumor rate slowed in the mice, and there were no apparent toxicity side effects. UC Davis worked with scientists from Triton BioSystems; the collaboration was formed to investigate using heat more effectively to treat cancer cells.

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