Mammograms are useful tools for diagnosing breast cancer, but they don’t always get it right. It’s not always easy to tell how dangerous a particular tumor is, meaning harmful but treatable cancers can be missed, while other patients with benign tumors undergo unnecessary invasive procedures. Now, scientists at the University of Michigan have developed a new diagnostic tool that’s much easier to swallow – a pill that makes tumors glow under infrared light.
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