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Russian Scientists Designed Device that Detects Cancer via Drop of Blood
3.10.2017 20:08
Russian Scientists Designed Device that Detects Cancer via Drop of Blood

The new research method does not require expensive reagents.

      Scientists of the Samara State Medical University have developed a portable blood analyzer that can check the preset diagnosis, including oncology, within just a few minutes.

      This was reported by the press service of the Innovative Development Institute of the Samara State Medical University.

      "Usually, such tests are carried out only in specialized laboratories and take several hours. The analyzer of protein fractions of blood makes it possible to get results in 5 minutes. The device does not require having any special skills, so it can be used by any doctor if you need to confirm preliminary diagnosis fast, "- the press release reports.


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Cancer Russian Medicine    

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