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Capturing cancer cells with rough surfaces

from Chemical & Engineering News

Tumors often shed malignant cells that then travel through a person's bloodstream. Because these cells can seed metastases, cancer researchers want ways of detecting these circulating tumor cells to understand and prevent cancer progression. In a new study, researchers report a cheap method for capturing these cells using just a rough glass slide. Because circulating tumor cells offer a noninvasive opportunity to study a cancer and assess a patient's prognosis, the search for ways to detect them has exploded over the past five years. more


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