Embracing the Contact Sport of Innovation

AsianScientist (Apr. 25, 2019) – No two people are the same, yet many of our treatments for serious diseases fail to see the patient as an individual. Because of this, many therapies work sub-optimally, or patients experience side effects. By delivering the right amount of drugs to the right location at the right time, we can enhance treatment outcomes and improve the lives of patients, and I believe that we can achieve these goals with nanotechnology.

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