Due to the extensive usage of anti-cancers, the spread of multidrug resistant DNA of cancer cells is one of the most worrying threats to public health. In this editorial, the susceptibility of DNA of cancer cells to inactivation by a novel treatment, which involves applying appropriate UV irradiation at presence of Cadmium Oxide (CdO) nanoparticles on DNA of cancer cells, as a promising method for medical, clinical, biological, pharmaceutical, biochemical and photodynamic applications were analyzed.
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