Nanoengineering Aids Bladder Cancer Detection

Australian innovators are working towards the next generation of bladder cancer diagnostics: a completely non-invasive “lab on a chip” device. These urgently needed clinical tools could make invasive cystoscopies (the current gold standard bladder cancer diagnostic that involves the insertion of a catheter) a thing of the past. Instead, the device would be able to sense the presence of cancer cells with a urine…

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