A new way to fight tumours | Nanoparticle method shows signs of success

A new way to fight tumours | Nanoparticle method shows signs of success
Description

Every year in Germany, around 7,000 people are diagnosed with a brain tumour and treatment is necessarily complicated. In 2011, MagForce from Berlin patented an alternative method of treatment using nanoparticles. With EU backing, their approach is showing the first signs of success.   MagForce was founded in 1997 Its head office is in Berlin The company received a €35 million loan guaranteed by the European Investment Bank under the European Fund for Strategic Investments MagForce employs 42 people

EU contribution
€35 000 000
Project location
Germany
Time frame
2017 to 2020

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