“Studies show that early detection is vital to cancer survival, but diagnosing can be invasive and even dangerous in the earlier stages of disease progression. On the heels of the new breathalyzer device for cancer detection, the new “lab-on-a-chip” is now the latest handy diagnostic tool being tested by cancer scientists. Developed by researchers at the University of Kansas, it may be able to quickly detect cancer with just a drop of blood or plasma.”
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Tina’s Wish Researcher Dr. Andrew Godwin is the Chancellors Distinguished Chair in Biomedical Sciences endowed Professor and the Director of Molecular Oncology at The University of Kansas Medical Center. To learn more about Dr. Godwin’s research, CLICK HERE.