Bubbles used to find cancer cells
Geplaatst op 10 november 2009 - 15:50
A new technique using tiny bubbles to detect cancer has been developed by clinicians at a hospital in Kent.
Fifty-four patients were tested in the "microbubble" study at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust.
The results, which were published in the British Journal of Surgery, suggested that breast cancer patients could avoid repeat surgery.
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Geplaatst op 14 november 2009 - 14:48
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