Scientists Develop Probe That May Aid Early Cancer Detection

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Treatment for Cancer

Researchers from the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a new way to spot subtle yet important chemical changes that take place early in the growth of tumors. The method could eventually help in the early detection of cancer and other diseases.

Matthew Bogyo, PhD, assistant professor of pathology, and his colleagues have created a molecule that can label proteases


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