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Urine Test to Improve Bladder Cancer Detection

News   Dec 04, 2018 | Original story from Tufts University

 
Improved Non-invasive Method for Detecting Bladder Cancer

This is an atomic force microscopy (AFM) map of the adhesion features of the cell surface for a normal cell (left) versus a cancer cell (right) isolated from the urine of patients. Image credit: Igor Sokolov, Tufts University

 
 
 

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