This awesome blood labyrinth is the newest method for catching cancer cells
A new chip with a labyrinth design promises big improvements in detecting rare and aggressive cancer cells in the blood, helping doctors to anticipate tumour growth and plan customised treatments for their patients. By controlling the flow of the blood through this micro-maze, the chip is able to separate out larger types of cells, including cancer cells and cancer stem cells known to be particularly malignant and resistant to drugs.
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