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Jan 21, 2014

Nanotechnology: Is the Magic Bullet Becoming Reality?

Researchers at a recent New York conference discuss what the future of nanomedicine may hold.

Nanotechnology: Is the Magic Bullet Becoming Reality?

Nanotech seems promising, but regulatory and patent issues remain. [© Anterovium - Fotolia.com]

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    The concept of generic substitution, which guides the replacement of a prescribed brand of a drug with an identical formulation of the same active ...

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