'Smart beacons' target cancer tumors

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'Smart beacons' target cancer tumors

A major challenge in optical screening of cancer is to locate tumors deep within organs. "Smart" contrast agents—along with novel, efficient optical tomography instrumentation—meet such challenges for early cancer detection and help distinguish aggressive cancer from indolent disease. Read the article >>>

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