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Detecting women's cancer with cell phones


Researchers at Louisiana State University are working to turn cell phones into medical diagnostic tools for breast cancer. In the future, this new technology could help women screen for the BRCA gene and mutations at an affordable cost, all from the convenience of their local clinic, without having to travel to a specialist.
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