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Wireless metronomic photodynamic therapy

A wirelessly powered optoelectronic device that adheres to internal tissue facilitates the application of low-dose, long-term photodynamic cancer therapy.

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Fig. 1: Tissue-adhesive optoelectronics for wirelessly powered metronomic photodynamic therapy.


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Lee, Y., Kim, DH. Wireless metronomic photodynamic therapy. Nat Biomed Eng 3, 5–6 (2019).

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