Study: Customized DNA rings aid early cancer detection in mice
from Standford Medicine
Imagine: You pop a pill into your mouth and swallow it. It dissolves, releasing tiny particles that are absorbed and cause only cancerous cells to secrete a specific protein into your bloodstream. Two days from now, a finger-prick blood sample will expose whether you've got cancer and even give a rough idea of its extent. That's a highly futuristic concept. But its realization may be only years, not decades, away.
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