Researchers at the University of Missouri have found a way to more easily and accurately identify non-uniform melanoma cells.
The altered microscope they use can find cancerous spots, even those that do not have the strong discoloration we are used to associating with melanoma. The ability of this microscope may also be able to help doctors track melanomas that are metastasizing.
This new development in cancer research will help many people who would otherwise be misdiagnosed or not diagnosed in time. The microscope is non-invasive and can also benefit breast cancer patients. Thank you to the dedicated researchers at the University of Missouri for your amazing efforts in the progression of cancer research.
The full article is available at: Newswise University of Missouri Health
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