Portable Sequencer Ensures All the Cancer Cells Are Gone

Surgeons remove a tumor from the abdominal cavity of a patient. But how can they be certain that all the cancer cells were successfully extracted? These lingering cancerous tissues pose a serious threat to patients-if not eliminated, they can spread around the body, seeding new tumors.

Biomedical engineers at Tel Aviv University have designed a solution to assist…

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