Infrared technology finds breast cancer tumors in less time

09/25/2002 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

A device pending approval by the FDA could dramatically reduce the number of biopsies performed in the U.S. The scanner uses infrared technology to identify heat given off by cancerous cells and provide results in five minutes, as compared to several weeks with biopsies.

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