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New Diagnostic Tool for Detecting Breast Cancer Developed

News   Apr 12, 2017 | Original story from Simon Fraser University

 
New Diagnostic Tool for Detecting Breast Cancer Developed

SFU researchers and their patent-pending DOB-Scan, which can safely and non-invasively diagnose breast cancer (l-r: Mozhgan Jenab, clinical research associate, Farid Golnaraghi, MSE director, Zahra Haeri, graduate student and Majid Shokoufi, post-doctoral researcher, all from the School of Mechatronics Systems Engineering. Credit: Simon Fraser Univesity

 
 
 

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