Nanomedicine for women’s Healthcare

Nanomedicine is the presentation of nanotechnology in the field of medicine with a view to enhancing the diagnosis and treatment of various diseases. Nanotechnology is already complex in a range of biomedical applications including drug and vaccine delivery, diagnostic imaging, nanosensor diagnostics, nano-enabled therapies, and tissue engineering. However, the predictable long-term health care needs of women demand greater biomedical and translational research to develop the diagnostic tools and treatments necessary to improve the care and well-being of women. Although cancer has been the predominant focus of research in the field of nanomedicine,8 there is an increasing awareness and exploration of the potential application of nanomedicine to noncancerous pathologies. This review explores the selection of potential nanomedicine applications in women’s health, from puberty to menopause in cisgender women, including mental, sexual, reproductive, cancer, and menopause-related health care. Applications of nanomedicine have the possible to revolutionize the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of a range of conditions and diseases affecting women’s health.

  • Breast cancer
  • Cervical and ovarian cancers
  • Nanomedicine for Gastrointestinal tract Diseases
  • Global Health Challenges for Pediatric and Geriatric
  • HIV/AIDS and STDs/STIs: Vaccines research and development

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