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A Seattle company is developing rapid tests for thousands of proteins.
A cutting tool distinguishes tissue types based on their chemical profiles.
The mutations that trigger cancer progression suggest that a shift is needed in drug development.
Scientists are finally starting to find medical information of value.
A new blood test could improve cancer-screening compliance.
A new kind of sensor could one day be used to detect lung cancer.
A modified virus makes cancer cells fluoresce to better identify tumors.