Diamonds Could Revolutionise Chemo Treatment

A team of CSIRO researchers and international scientists say human trials of a new chemotherapy skin patch could be revolutionary. The patch, made up of tiny diamond particles, could also be applied internally to provide a slower non-toxic release of the chemicals into the patient’s body. Trials on mice show the patches require 20 times less of the drug to be as effective as conventional chemotherapy

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