Continuously capturing cancer cells

Wearable device from U-M team captures blood cancer cells for accurate diagnosis

A wearable device that captures and isolates circulating tumor cells over the course of a few hours could offer better diagnostic accuracy than single-draw liquid biopsies that screen smaller amounts of blood.

A University of Michigan team described the chip-based device for collecting circulating tumor cells (CTCs) last month

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