Nanoparticle therapy restores prostate cancer’s tumor suppressor

Research | SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 Using nanotechnology, researchers have developed a way to treat prostate cancer by restoring tumor suppressors, based on preclinical models in the lab. The loss of tumor suppressors, including genes such as PTEN and p53, helps cancer cells grow uninhibited. Researchers from the Harvard-affiliated Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Children’s Hospital in Boston, as […]