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  1. Photoacoustic imaging shows promise for monitoring prostate cancer noninvasively

    Online Articles

    Wed, 20 Jul 2016

    accurately viewing and monitoring prostate cancer . Read More at Mdtmag The BioOptics World ..... a dye attached to a specific prostate cancer marker (PSMA) reacted to the light waves ..... distinguish cells with and without the cancer marker. Related: Photoacoustic imaging

  2. MRI-guided laser ablation shows promise for prostate cancer treatment

    Online Articles

    Tue, 14 Jun 2016

    men with intermediate-risk prostate cancer . The Phase 1 study found no serious adverse ..... Laser ablation treatment for prostate cancer has few to no side effects If the laser technique ..... Surveillance Program. Historically, prostate cancer has been treated with surgery and radiation

  1. Cervical cancer device developer Guided Therapeutics enters into license agreement for China

    Online Articles

    Wed, 29 Jun 2016

    Scan, a diagnostic device for cervical cancer that scans the cervix with light and uses ..... use biophotonic device for cervical cancer screening targets developing world Unlike ..... as a means to screen women for cervical cancer where the availability of infrastructure

  2. Collaboration will develop phenotypic personalized medicine platform for cancer patients

    Online Articles

    Mon, 27 Jun 2016

    physiologically relevant ex vivo microenvironments ( cancer patient cells, in this case) to ensure ..... Fluorescing engineered DNA promises personalized cancer therapy Notable Labs helps oncologists ..... company is able to functionally profile cancer cells , which leads to a better understanding

  3. CANCER DETECTION/FLUORESCENCE IMAGING: 'Smart beacons' target cancer tumors

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 17 Jul 2013

    A major challenge in optical screening of cancer is to locate tumors deep within organs. "Smart ..... instrumentation—meet such challenges for early cancer detection and help distinguish aggressive cancer from indolent disease. The key advantages

  4. Combo microscopy, spectroscopy approach detects ovarian cancer

    Online Articles

    Tue, 23 Apr 2013

    to detect the early presence of ovarian cancer in humans. Their screening approach is ..... themselves. Related: Optical innovations for cancer detection and treatment The research team conducted an ovarian cancer clinical study at NorthShore. Using partial

  5. England-based cancer imaging centers set to receive $56.2M in funding

    Online Articles

    Wed, 30 Oct 2013

    Cancer Research UK (London, England) and the Engineering ..... million) for five years to four separate cancer imaging research centers across the country ..... more about how tumors feed and grow, how cancer cells signal to one another, tumor blood

  6. LED Medical Diagnostics, BC Cancer Agency, and Genome BC sign agreement to develop oral cancer test

    Online Articles

    Wed, 15 Jan 2014

    Canada) has signed an agreement with the BC Cancer Agency and, in turn, Genome British Columbia ..... progression-risk assessment test for oral cancer . The test, the first of its kind for oral cancer , is based on a quantifiable genetic phenomenon

  7. SPECTROSCOPY/ONCOLOGY/GYNECOLOGY: First-ever minimally invasive ovarian cancer screen is spectroscopy-based

    Magazine Articles

    Wed, 1 May 2013

    subtle changes in cells that indicate cancer growth in a different area of the body ..... method for early detection of ovarian cancer in humans by examining not the ovaries ..... there is no reliable way to detect ovarian cancer at early stages. Partial wave spectroscopy

  8. Nanodiamonds could enable real-time monitoring of cancer cell processes

    Online Articles

    Thu, 24 Oct 2013

    particles could offer a new way to detect cancer far earlier than previously thought ..... monitoring of biomolecular processes in living cancer cells, reports Commnet. Researchers involved ..... with fluorescent dye to target breast cancer The trouble is that previous solutions

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