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An overview of nanoparticles in drug delivery and of Tumor Tissue in cancer
  • ehsan kianfar
ehsan kianfar
Islamic Azad University

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Today, in diverse medical and clinical fields, including cancer treatment, nanoscience has evolved and evolved. Cancer and its forms, on the other hand, have been rumored and inclusive, and many individuals suffer from this fatal and lethal condition. Actually, even with the medicinal effect, current therapeutic approaches, including chemotherapy, radiotherapy, etc., create symptoms that are inconvenient for patients. Scientists and scholars are also working to establish and strengthen the options and methods of therapy to deal with this dangerous illness. Nanoscience and nanotechnology have been popular today, and their different areas, including nanoparticles, are commonly used for a number of applications, especially for drug delivery and diagnostic products and cases of imaging. Release mechanisms focused on nanotechnology have a profound effect on the release of cancer drugs. Biomaterials and bio-engineering developments are leading to novel approaches to nanoparticles that could offer a new way for cancer patients to improve. In the drug release method, nano-technology has had a great effect on the selection of cancer cells, the release of a targeted drug, and the overcoming of traditional chemotherapy limitations. In the body's cells, cancer is caused by mutations. Mutant cells proliferate faster than healthy cells and remove nutrients and oxygen from these cells. A variety of methods, such as surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy, or a combination of these, are used to control the disease.