Jessie Folkman

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The first controlled-release methodology was developed in 1962 and was based upon diffusion of small molecules (molecular weight less than 500) through the wall of silicone rubber tubing. The problem of controlled-release of large molecules such as proteins was not solved until more than a decade later, when it was discovered that microchannels formed(More)
  • J Folkman
  • 1995
The diagnosis and treatment of patients with breast cancer is beginning to be influenced by new ideas and discoveries emerging from the field of angiogenesis research. This field, pursued in the laboratory for more than 20 years, has in the past 5 years generated clinical applications. Some of these applications have begun to change current thinking about(More)
Unlike conventional routes of drug administration, controlled-release systems that use implanted, inserted, or surface-applied noninflammatory polymeric vehicles can deliver a steady quantity of drug to a target area over long periods of time. This is now true for drugs of both high and low molecular weight. Some of the devices are described, and existing(More)
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