Employing nanotechnology to reduce cancer metastasis

Michael King is Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Cornell. The King lab is currently testing novel cancer therapies in mouse models of metastatic breast and prostate cancer through the use of whole body luminescence imaging. This work will uncover new therapeutic targets designed to prevent metastasis.

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