Lipid-based nanoparticles provide new hope for patients awaiting sarcoma treatments

Research led by students at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University is presenting a new approach to tackling sarcoma, an incurable bone disease that impacts children and teens.
Research results in a study published in the journal Biomaterials Science and Technology.
As bone cells become heavy, they can no longer dial down the mechanical force generated in the femur bone to dial down the stress on the skin. Continue reading

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