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How tiny gold particles injected into tumours could improve radiation treatment for cancer

By Devika Basnagge Chithrani, Associate professor, Physics and Astronomy/Medical physics, University of Victoria
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Higher doses of radiotherapy for cancer treatment destroy more healthy tissue as well as more tumour cells. Gold nanoparticles sensitize tumours to radiation, making treatment more effective.

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