Nano Therapy

Nano therapy is a Nano medicine branch that involves using nanoparticles to deliver a drug to a specific target body position to treat the disease through a process called targeting. This technique has become more popular compared to conventional approaches because it provides high precision when it comes to the delivery of therapeutic formulations. There is no targeting for conventional chemotherapy, which means that the drug is merely carried by the circulatory system until it enters and works on the affected part of the body.

 

 

  • Passive Targeting
  • Active Targeting

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