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A device that plugs into a smart phone lets clinicians diagnose cancer from the bedside.
A new device that a doctor holds right over a mole uses laser light to determine if it’s melanoma.
Tiny Trojan horses deliver a cancer drug to cell nuclei.
A startup is developing oxygen-carrying compounds that it says could make radiation therapy more effective in half of all cancer patients.
A “watershed” in sequencing technology helps physicians choose drugs for cancer patients.
An earlier measure of treatment could improve patients’ prognosis.
A Seattle company is developing rapid tests for thousands of proteins.
The mutations that trigger cancer progression suggest that a shift is needed in drug development.
A new blood test could improve cancer-screening compliance.