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Browsing: emerging technologies
A novel ‘labyrinth’ chip is isolating cancer cells from the blood of patients with an aggressive form of breast cancer in a clinical trial.
This article reviews progress made in the creation of a transplantable artificial ovary and discusses future trends for its development.
Handheld instrument identifies cancerous tissue during surgery, providing surgeons with accurate diagnostic information about what tissue to cut or preserve.
The use of a new smartphone app could detect early signs of pancreatic cancer, potentially helping to diagnose pancreatic cancer whilst tumors are still treatable.
The present review focuses on the role of technology in cancer care, health information technology (HIT) and social media.
Learn how SenoBright can give answers sooner in breast cancer diagnosis, spotlighting areas that may not be visible on a standard mammogram or ultrasound. Listen to the team at Pink Lotus talk about the power of reducing patients’ wait time after an inconclusive mammogram.
This peer-reviewed article from Nanomedicine highlights the potential role of nanotechnology in the advancement of basic and clinical circulating tumor cell research.
With new technologies increasingly impacting melanoma detection, diagnosis and management – can we say that the digital age of melanoma management is upon us?
A novel method for concentrating circulating tumor cells for liquid biopsy of cancer has been developed by a team at UCLA.