This is different from what anyone else is doing," he said. "it's a completely new research direction." Wang presented his most recent results at the Society for Biomaterials Meeting & Exposition early this year. The associate professor said he thinks the technique has the potential to change the way metastatic cancer is treated.
The next step in the process, Wang said, is to design a study in mice.
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