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Potential Drug Candidates Halt Prostate and Breast Cancer Growth
Scripps Florida Scientists Develop New Drug Delivery Method for Cancer Therapy
Snapshot: Teal Smith and Michael Cendejas

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Potential Drug Candidates Halt Prostate and Breast Cancer Growth

The Disney lab shows how their new approach is like "designing a scalpel" to target only cancer cells.

Scripps Florida Scientists Develop New Drug Delivery Method for Cancer Therapy

The Rader lab investigates a strategy to deliver toxic payloads straight to tumors.

Snapshot: Teal Smith and Michael Cendejas

Meet two of the newest staff members of the TSRI Libraries.

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