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Bright idea could doom cancer and viruses, say Purdue scientists

. It will require further research to determine how rhodium-based drugs could be created."

Some of that research will need to cover issues that Morrison's group has considered, though not addressed, such as the specific frequencies of light to be used and the compound's level of toxicity.

"Another issue is how to keep these compounds from getting scavenged up by the blood before they reach their targets, which tends to happen because of their adhesion to blood proteins," Morrison said. "But I believe the results are promising for the future of the fight against cancer and viruses, and I hope other groups will continue the work we have begun."


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Contact: Chad Boutin
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765-494-2081
Purdue University
24-Aug-2004


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