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Using Near-infrared Light Therapy To Manage Malignant Lung Cancer

News   Jun 22, 2020 | Original story from Nagoya University

 
Using Near-infrared Light Therapy To Manage Malignant Lung Cancer

The therapy could involve injecting a podoplanin antibody conjugated with a photoabsorber and then shining near-infrared light into the chest cavity. Credit: Kazuhide Sato

 
 
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