where can i make my thesis about nano-medicine for cancer therapy?

I am Mohamed Raafat..from Egypt I got a BSc. in electronics and computer engineering from Mansoura university in Egypt.. I got a diploma in Nano-biotechnology from Kaiserslautern university in Germany.. for now i am completing my studies to get my master degree in Nanotechnology from Kaiserslautern university as a part time student in their distance studying program . within 3 semesters i have to start my thesis and i have the right to choose the subject and the institute that makes supervision on my thesis.. i want to make thesis research about nano-medicine for cancer therapy. for me it is not a story about a master degree or success ,actually it is the target of my life to participate in cancer therapy and it is my believe that nanotechnology is the gift from GOD to end cancer suffering forever.. many thanks for all kind responses M.Raafat

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