Nanotech-based microchip holds promise for cancer detection

09/29/2009 | Computerworld

Canadian researchers have used nanomaterials to create a microchip that can quickly detect prostate cancer at an early stage by measuring cancer biomarkers. They also hope to use the technology, which can spot the type and severity of cancer, to detect HIV, H1N1 flu and other infectious diseases.

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