Diagnostic device spots skin tumors

A California-based researcher has developed a laser device that could help detect skin cancer by reflecting laser light off the skin to identify different tissues, including malignant skin cells. The device could be a faster, less costly and less painful alternative to biopsies for cancer detection.

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