Delivering a DNA Trojan horse into a cancer cell

Researchers in the US have announced a new Trojan horse approach for delivering anti-cancer drugs using DNA, which they believe will be significantly more effective than previous technologies.

The cancer cells mistake the DNA casing for food, consume drugs and die.

This method is particularly useful in targeting cancers which have grown resistant to standard drug delivery methods.

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New Cancer Treatment

Scientists have developed an ingenious way to trick cancer cells into eating drugs, and it works like a Trojan Horse.

Posted by Hashem Al-Ghaili on Wednesday, 24 February 2016