A graphic demonstrating how using microwaves to activate photosensitive nanoparticles produces tissue-heating effects that lead to cell death in solid tumors.
A graphic demonstrating how using microwaves to activate photosensitive nanoparticles produces tissue-heating effects that lead to cell death in solid tumors. University of Texas at Arlington
A graphic demonstrating how using microwaves to activate photosensitive nanoparticles produces tissue-heating effects that lead to cell death in solid tumors. University of Texas at Arlington

UTA researchers find possible weapon against cancerous tumors

October 12, 2016 10:06 PM