Original Publication Date: 21 February, 2017
Publication / Source: Nanomedicine
Authors: Jelena Kolosnjaj-Tabi*,1 & Claire Wilhelm
The limitations of conventional anticancer therapies (such as moderate therapeutic efficacy, drug resistance, severe adverse reactions, low concentration of therapeutics at the site of action and/or conventional drugs fast renal clearance, etc.)  call for novel and often combined anticancer approaches. chemotherapy and radiation therapy are thus increasingly combined with hyperthermia, a local, regional or whole body heating, obtained by microwave, radiofrequency, ultrasound energy or, more recently, magnetism.