Complexed Drugs for Complex Diseases – Dr Joseph Anthoney Vetro, University of Nebraska Medical Center

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RNA interference is a genetic mechanism for altering the expression of genes that is being developed to fight cancer. By increasing the activity of RNA interference molecules in solid tumours after administration into the blood stream, Dr Joseph Vetro and his group at the University of Nebraska Medical Centre are working to move a promising new approach to treating cancer into clinical application.