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CEeDD: A phase I / II study to investigate the safety and feasibility of CavitationEnhanced Drug Delivery to solid tumours by co‐administration of sonosensitive particles and application of extracorporeal ultrasound

This study aims to determine whether low‐intensity, mobile extracorporeal ultrasound can be used to enhance the delivery, the distribution and ultimately  the therapeutic efficacy of unmodified small‐molecule and macromolecular oncology agents.