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Is Lung Cancer Treatment Working? This Chip Can Tell From a Blood Draw

February 2, 2024

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Glove Hands Holding Silicone Chips
Presented by Health Lab

Researchers from the University of Michigan conducted a study that suggests that by using a chip to process blood samples, doctors can monitor the amount of cancer cells in a patient’s blood to determine how well a treatment is working by the fourth week. Access to this data would allow clinicians to adapt cancer treatments to patients on an individual level.

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