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Researchers are developing a microfluidics device that can identify cancer cells during a routine visit to the doctor’s office.
A promising device uses electric fields to destroy cancer cells in the brain.
A computer model can predict which drugs a cancer patient will respond to best.
Proton-beam cancer therapy could become more available, thanks to a new device.
A new imaging system could help surgeons remove small but deadly traces of cancer.
Gold nanoparticles with branching polymers could attack tumors in multiple ways.
Researchers hope that curcumin encapsulated in nanospheres will spice up clinical trials for Alzheimer’s, cystic fibrosis, and cancer.
James Watson, codiscoverer of the structure of DNA, now has a copy of his very own genome. Will you be next?
Researchers integrate refraction information to improve x-ray resolution.
A new motor made of nonmagnetic and dielectric materials can power a robotic medical device inside an MRI scanner, significantly improving cancer diagnoses and treatments.