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Currently, nanomedicines are coming more and more into our everyday life, and that is a good thing. They may alter the treatment of known diseases such as cancer and diabetes. “If drugs can be precisely targeted to the exact right place in the body, we can direct our treatments in a more efficient way and use significantly smaller doses – and consequently have fewer side effects,” says professor Hélder Santos.
Hélder Santos is in search of more precise drug treatments for cancer, diabetes and heart disease | University of Helsinki l.facebook.com

The development of nanomedicines will change the paradigm on how we treat known diseases, says the professor of pharmaceutical nanotechnology.