Nanomedicine translation from enabling technologies to the patient: focus on infectious diseases

@article{Hunziker2016NanomedicineTF,
  title={Nanomedicine translation from enabling technologies to the patient: focus on infectious diseases},
  author={Patrick Hunziker},
  journal={European Journal of Nanomedicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={8},
  pages={113 - 114}
}
Nanomedicine is the indispensable enabling technology for the medicine of the future, encompassing molecular precision diagnosis, in vivo molecular imaging and targeted individualized therapies leading to personalized medicine. Infectious diseases, including “old” diseases like tuberculosis, malaria as well as more recent, but equally widespread threats like HIV infection and the anticipated Zika virus epidemia belong to the major threats for health and human well being and are considerable… CONTINUE READING

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