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c'dot illustrationOral delivery a possibility for silica-based cancer therapeutic
Ultrasmall fluorescent core-shell hybrid silica nanoparticles – known as C’Dots – are among the nanocarriers for therapeutics that were thought to be viable only by injection, but new Cornell research has shown the potential for their oral administration.

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