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Biotech Science

Detecting Cancer Without Drawing Blood 72

An anonymous reader informs us of research out of Purdue that allows for early detection of cancer without a blood sample. The technique involves shining laser light on surface veins, such as those in the wrist or cheek.
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Detecting Cancer Without Drawing Blood

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