A Pill for Breast Cancer Diagnosis

News   May 01, 2018 | Original story from the University of Michigan

 
A Pill for Breast Cancer Diagnosis

Sumit Bhatnagar, a Ph.D. student in chemical engineering, maintains samples of cancerous cells for use in the development of a pill that could help screen for breast cancer. Tumors are targeted by a molecule that carries a fluorescent imaging agent in order to make earlier and more accurate breast cancer diagnoses. Credit: Evan Dougherty/Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing

 
 
 

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