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A New Way to Identify Breast Cancer Tumors

News   Sep 07, 2018 | Original story from the University of Southern California

 
A New Way to Identify Breast Cancer Tumors

An imaging technique that takes advantage of machine learning technology allows scientists to obtain results quickly, in contrast to traditional, more expensive methods that could take weeks. Credit: Image/Courtesy of Rishi Rabat

 
 
 

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