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Using Spray Drying To Manufacture Formulations For Local Lung Cancer Treatment

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Lung cancer accounts for 23% of all cancer deaths, making it the leading cause of cancer-related deaths in American adults.1 Traditional treatment methods for advanced cases of lung cancer often include a combination of surgery, radiation, chemotherapy, and immunotherapy. Because many of these treatments are administered either orally or through intravenous infusion or injection, they must travel through the entire body before reaching their targeted destination. This can potentially lead to systemic toxicity and other side effects, which are detrimental to a patient’s quality of life and also make compliance challenging. In addition, many of these treatments come at a high cost.

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