Roger Clemens

Global regulatory agencies seem increasingly active in the debate over nanotechnology definitions and are engaged in discussing applications in food, agriculture, and medicine. Perhaps the most promising public health application of nanotechnology lies in reducing nutrient insufficiencies and the associated illnesses.

Global insufficiencies of certain micronutrients may be corrected through the use of nanoparticles as carriers. Most iron fortificants are relatively biologically inert in humans. W…







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