Application of Nanoparticles for Brain and Lung Cancer Therapeutics
Nanotechnology is and will be the future of several fields and medicine is one of them. The use of nanoparticles in the treatment of psychotic and cancer problems is analyzed in this report. Psychotic treatment has been effective due to specific nanoparticles like haloperidol and RISP, and these combinations are linked with other nanoparticles to treat other diseases. Nanoparticles have extended applications with a high degree of effectiveness to treat cancer cells due to the quick delivery, and targeted process and the same is detailed in the review sheet. Oligonucleotides combined with nanoparticles have greater efficiencies.
Keywords: Nanotechnology, drug targeting, cancer treatment
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