'Drug Sponge' Could Minimize Chemotherapy Side-effects
A 'drug sponge' has been developed that can absorb toxic drugs from the bloodstream. When chemotherapy drugs are delivered to a cancer site, the surplus drug leaving the organ can be soaked-up by the 'drug sponge', inserted in a vein exiting the target organ. This will minimize the toxicity to other parts of the body.
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