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“Virtual Biopsy” Device Developed to Detect Skin Tumors

News   Jun 14, 2019 | Original story from Rutgers University

 
“Virtual Biopsy” Device Developed to Detect Skin Tumors

The virtual biopsy prototype device can distinguish between healthy skin and different types of skin lesions and carcinomas. Credit: Rutgers University

 
 
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