• The disease, function of the drug and route of administration.
• Nanomedicine type.
• Processing method.
• The properties of the nanomedicine structure (colloidal stability, targeting, function and drug loading).
• The pharmacokinetics.
• Clinical efficacy.
• Limitations and future challenges.
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