Canadian Researcher Develop Low-Cost Handheld Cancer Probe to Detect Melanoma Early

Handheld melanoma detector
Image credit: UBC
Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer, affecting more than 130,000 people worldwide each year. Although this cancer is easily visible on the skin, it is hard to differentiate […]
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