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  • noun medicine A form of diagnostic therapy that tests patient's reaction to medication

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

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  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Lapotko said the nanobubble technology could be used for "theranostics," a single process that combines diagnosis and therapy.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The all-in-one particle is one of the first examples from a growing field called "theranostics" that develops technologies physicians can use to diagnose and treat diseases in a single procedure.

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  • Theranostics takes advantage of novel nanotechnology platforms by incorporating therapy, imaging diagnostics, and cell targeting into one system with multifunctional capabilities. Theranostic nanomedicine exploits the multifunctional capabilities of nanoscale devices and the molecular knowledge of the human body to diagnose, treat, and possibly, prevent diseases.
    Fabrice Jotterand & Archie A. Alexander, Managing the “Known Unknowns”: Theranostic Cancer Nanomedicine and Informed Consent, in Sarah J. Hurst, ed., Biomedical Nanotechnology: Methods and Protocols (New York: Humana Press, 2011), p. 414

    May 24, 2018