Ultrasound remotely bursts heat-sensitive capsules, delivering drugs directly to tumors

A promising new cancer drug delivery system has successfully passed early human safety trials. The treatment delivers cancer drugs in heat-activated capsules to tumors in the liver and then uses a focused ultrasound beam to remotely trigger the targeted release of their drug payload…
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Cancer

Drug delivery

Tumors

Ultrasound

University of Oxford

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