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"Wearable" Device Captures Cancer Cells From Blood

News   Apr 01, 2019 | Original story from the University of Michigan Health Lab

 
"Wearable" Device Captures Cancer Cells From Blood

Sunitha Nagrath, Ph.D., associate professor of chemical engineering at U-M, led the development of the device. Image credit: University of Michigan Health Lab

 
 
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