Nano-Medicine: Promising Drug for Future
In the last few decades, the nanotechnology field has significantly been progressed, leads to achieve success in synthesis and design of functional nanoparticles for diagnostic and therapeutic applications. Nanomedicine is one of the applications of nanotechnology in medical field that can be used to formulate novel formulas for targeted drug delivery that are potentially effective and safer, thus can lead to a reduction in drug side effects and better patient outcomes. However, the clinical production of these formulations has been limited due to costly and lengthy regulatory processes and the inefficiency to assess the efficacy and safety of the nanomedicines. Thus, innovative and rigorous models for preclinical testing are needed to appraise these formulations to assure their future commercial availability and successful clinical translation.
Jagmeet Singh, Poonam Jaggi, Simranjeet Kaur