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Nanomedicine: promises and challenges for the future of public health.
|Title||Nanomedicine: promises and challenges for the future of public health.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2010|
|Authors||Pautler, Michelle, and Brenner Sara|
|Journal||International journal of nanomedicine|
As the scope of nanotechnology applications in medicine evolves, it is important to simultaneously recognize and advance contributions germane to public health. A wide range of innovations in nanomedicine stand to impact nearly every medical specialty and unveil novel ways to improve the quality and extend the duration of life Meanwhile, public health applications of nanomedicine such as rapid and portable diagnostics and more effective vaccinations have the potential to revolutionize global health. Research driven by innovators across disciplines such as engineering, biology, medicine, and public health should collaborate in order to achieve maximal potential impact in health for individuals and populations. In turn, knowledge gaps regarding the potential health and safety implications of exposure to engineered nanomaterials must be continuously addressed and actively researched.
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|Alternate Journal||Int J Nanomedicine|