Animal Research Minute – How could a neon green spray help fight cancer?

Well, new research by the National Institutes of Health’s Center for Cancer Research found that an
injected neon green spray actually helps doctors find the smallest cancerous tumors that are often
missed through more traditional methods like MRIs. This new research was limited to detecting ovarian
cancer in lab mice, but it could have important implications for many different types of cancer. Though
the research sounds more like science fiction than science fact, this new system could revolutionize
cancer medicine.
 

Read more: http://www.maacenter.org/news/neon-spray-helps-doctors-pinpoint-tumors.html


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