At-Home Sensors May Detect Cancer In The Future

An engineering professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia is developing a tiny sensor, smaller than a human hair, that can detect cancer, including breast and prostate cancers, by testing bodily fluids.  Providing instant results and being non-invasive, this sensor could revolutionize testing for cancer and other diseases.

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