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Groundbreaking Methodology For Identify Cancerous Cells, Northeastern University Study



5/12/2008 7:31:37 AM

ScienceDaily (May 12, 2008) — Recognizing the distinction between healthy and cancerous cells has traditionally been up to the eye of highly-trained cytologists and pathologists. While the majority of the resulting diagnoses are accurate, new technology can enhance the accuracy and alleviate the physical strain on the human observer. Northeastern University professor Max Diem and his team have developed an automatic method based on vibrational microspectroscopy that identifies the presence of metastatic cancer cells without the need for staining, and without human input.

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