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Scientists are finally starting to find medical information of value.
A modified virus makes cancer cells fluoresce to better identify tumors.
Researchers have combined two devices for real-time tumor tracking and treatment.
A microfluidic chip that integrates a light sensor detects blood proteins.
Bacterial shells deliver a double whammy to cancer.
Customized Down syndrome stem cells reveal a way to starve tumors.
A new approach primes antibodies to instantly attack cancers, HIV, and other diseases.
New imaging probes show whether cancer drugs will work.