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Local 12: A tiny patch with the potential to beat cancer

Local 12, WKRC-TV, reports on a new clinical trial at UC looking at a patch to treat head and neck cancers.

Features local investigators Alice Tang, MD, and Trisha Wise-Draper, MD, PhD. 

 

Photo by Colleen Kelley

two physicians hold cancer patch

Alice Tang, MD, and Trisha Wise-Draper, MD, PhD, with the patch. "It looks like a Band-Aid, but it's actually a nanoparticle patch," said Wise-Draper. "It holds a chemo-therapeutic in it called cisplatin, which is something we commonly give to head and neck cancer patients through IV. The Band-Aid will sit on top of the tumor and then the cisplatin will be absorbed into the tumor directly." Photo / Colleen Kelley

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UC Parking Services will dismiss any outstanding, on-campus parking tickets in exchange for Toys for Tots donations. To have your parking ticket dismissed, stop by the Parking Services office in 4 Edwards Center with your new toy donation along with the accompanying receipt. The toy receipt must be equal to or greater than the total of your parking ticket(s). Toy donations without citations are also welcome.

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