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Cancer treatment inspired by whipped cream

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Photo by SIMON LEE on Unsplash

Syrups, tablets, powders, sprays, or creams–we’re used to the more conventional forms of medications. But new research published recently by scientists at the University of Iowa (UI) suggests that foam-based treatments (with a whipped cream-like consistency) show promise in the fight against cancer.



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River D'Almeida, Ph.D

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