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Posted: Aug 21, 2014
Horizons in clinical nanomedicine
(Nanowerk News) Nanomedicine — the application of nanotechnology to health sciences — has the potential to address many important medical problems by exploiting the improved and novel physical/chemical characteristics of nanostructured materials and devices.
A new book – Horizons in Clinical Nanomedicine – provides a comprehensive overview on the forefront developments of nanotechnology in various domains of clinical medicine, such as cardiology, oncology, pharmacology, immunology, dermatology, virology, hematology, orthopaedics, embryology and congenital defects, dentistry, and tissue engineering.
It also discusses the toxicology aspects of the engineered nanomaterials.
Source: Pan Stanford Publishing
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