The detection and identification of cancer has seen incredible improvements over the past several decades, offering a new lease on life to those who would have been out of luck in the past. Now, a new instrument invented, designed, and built by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin could further revolutionize the detection of cancer. It’s a pen-like tool that can identify cancer tissue in as little as 10 seconds.
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