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Latest Santiago de Compostela Stories

2009-04-01 11:02:37

Spanish scientists say the new practice of using light to activate medications in the body is efficient, especially when used in treating some cancers. Researchers at the University of Santiago de Compostela said the emerging process uses biocompatible materials that are sensitive to certain physiological variables or external physicochemical stimuli. Current research, the scientists said, involves the development of systems capable of delivering an adequate dose of drug at a target site and...

2005-07-23 09:46:07

MADRID (Reuters) - A bomb exploded in the Spanish pilgrimage center of Santiago de Compostela on Saturday, but caused no injuries, radio station Cadena Ser said. Police had cordoned off the area minutes earlier, the report said. Other reports said the bomb had been placed in an underground car park in the center of the town in northwestern Spain. Police and Interior Ministry officials could not immediately confirm the report. Basque separatist guerrilla group ETA regularly sets off bombs...