Breakthrough Microfluidic Device Detects Cancer Faster and Less Invasively

Microfluidic device for cancer
Image credit: KU
Researchers at the University of Kansas, The University of Kansas Cancer Center and KU Medical Center, developed a device that could allow doctors to detect cancer quickly from a droplet […]
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