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Cancerous Prostate Cells

UCSB develops breakthrough technology in identification of prostate cancer cells

A team of researchers at UC Santa Barbara has developed a breakthrough technology that can be used to discriminate cancerous prostate cells in bodily fluids from those that are healthy. The findings are published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

While the new technology is years away from use… UCSB develops breakthrough technology in identification of prostate cancer cells   



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