Using nanoparticles to deliver antigen can contribute to prolong the half-life of antigen, target antigen presentation cells (APCs) and induce cellular immune response.Furthermore, vaccine delivery system based on nanoparticles had promising application in single-dose vaccine, needle-free vaccine, transdermal vaccine, oral vaccine, and inhaled vaccine. And developing novel vaccine delivery system is a current focus of cancer immunotherapy research.Application of nanotechnology in anticancer drug delivery can contribute to improve or enable treatments of cancer. Rationally designed nanoparticles have promising clinical application in cancer chemotherapy, cancer gene therapy and cancer immunotherapy. More clinical researches of cancer therapy with nano-drug are desired to deeply understand the critical issues of applying nanotechnology in cancer. Effective collaborations between scientists from different fields (such as materials, nanotechnology, chemistry, physics, pharmacology/ pharmaceutics, oncology, medicine, etc) may be very important to push more nano-drugs to market, with the goal of benefiting cancer patients. (Maling Gou,Promising Application of Nanotechnology in Anticancer Drug Delivery)
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