Tiny Fragments of Salmonella Bacteria Used to Treat Cancer

Nanotech correspondent Alex Fiorentino descibes how scientists from Australia are using tiny drug delivery packages derived from Salmonella to destroy cancer cells in mice. The packages deliver anti-cancer drugs directly to cancer cells, and have shown promising results in eliminating even drug-resistant cancers. Clinical trials are set to begin next month in Australia. Watch this videocast to learn more.

Sci-Tech Today: Tiny fragments of Salmonella Bacteria Used to Treat Cancer

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