Cascade: A step up on cancer pathology

Cascade: A step up on cancer pathology

Even as the quality and availability of cancer treatments have advanced in recent years, much of cancer diagnosis has remained in technological limbo. Scanning techniques like MRI and CT have eliminated the need for many exploratory surgeries, but specific diagnosis, including initial assessment and tumor staging, still largely depends on the subjective (albeit expert) opinion of a pathologist looking at cells through a microscope. And while a limited number of new testing procedures have come on-line, such as the PSA marker

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