Researchers develop cancer test that uses drop of blood

04/13/2009 | United Press International

U.S. scientists are working on a specialized machine that uses one drop of blood to detect cancers and assess treatment response at the cellular level. While current tests focus on its use to detect blood cancers, the machine also provide a faster and less invasive means to monitor solid tumors, the lead researcher said.

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