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2 monthes ago   |   By Cancer Research UK

Scientists aim to detecting cancer spread using soundwaves
When cancer spreads to other parts of the body, it can have a big impact on its environment, including causing the structure between cells to harden. Scientists are taking advantage of this strange phenomenon, using sound waves to detect these changes with a ‘lab on a chip' device - potentially exposing a new way to monitor disease progression. New Atlas has the full story.
New scan combo could detect advanced prostate cancer
Scientists in Australia are testing a new scan combination to detect the spread of prostate cancer with...
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