Researchers from the University of North Carolina have discovered that they can potentially improve cancer immunotherapy drugs by binding 2 compounds to a single nanoparticle. The team’s work was presented this week at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research. “Our data shows that 2 compounds on a single nanoparticle will make […]
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MASSDEVICE ON CALL — Chinese teenagers exhibit rates of diabetes nearly 4 times higher than U.S. teenagers, according to a new report from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill researchers.
The study is the longest of its kind of China, following more than 29,000 patients in 300 communities from 1989 to 2011, using data from the China Health & Nutrition Surveys.
The results, published in Obesity Reviews, suggest that 15% of Chinese children aged 7-17 have symptoms of pre-diabetes, and 2% are diabetic.
Synthetic blood is moving closer to becoming reality, thanks to new nanotechnology research from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.