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Study: 'Smart bomb' drug attacks breast cancer

Miami Herald
Sunday, 3 June 2012

Doctors have successfully dropped the first "smart bomb" on breast cancer, using a drug to deliver a toxic payload to tumor cells while leaving healthy ones alone.
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'Smart Bomb' Drug Attacks Breast Cancer Cells

A new breast cancer treatment drug attacks cancer cells while leaving healthy ones alone. It could also come with fewer side effects.

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