Electrical Engineers Develop Device To Diagnose Cancer Rapidly At The Cellular Level, Improve Early, University of Texas at Arlington Study Reveals

Published: Feb 22, 2016

The key to fighting cancer in many cases is early detection, and earlier detection at the cellular level could mean survival for many cancer patients.

A University of Texas at Arlington electrical engineer has developed a novel cancer cell detection method that will improve early diagnosis through a tool that tracks cellular behavior in real time using nanotextured walls that mimic layers of body tissue.

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