Tag: medical devices

Smartphone Device Can Quickly Diagnosis Cancer

“Imagine your doctor could take some of your cells, slide them into a compartment on a smartphone and tell you if you had cancer in just an hour. You could be spared an agonizing wait for lab results. And your doctor could discuss the diagnosis and your treatment options in person. A team led by Ralph Weissleder, MD, […]

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New Polymer Gel Could Improve the Safety of Slow-Release Medications

A research team from Mass General and MIT’s Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research are working on a new type of polymer gel that could allow swallowed medical devices or capsules to safely act inside the body over the course of days, weeks or even months. Improving the safety of slow-release medications could open the door for devices that […]

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