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S. Korea Researchers Create New Type Of Breast-Scanning Machine

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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South Korean scientists report development of a new diagnostic capable of detecting breast cancer without the use of X-rays, MRI or PET machines. Scientists said their new diagnostic device also would be more accurate, comfortable and safer than any of the imaging machines. The Electronic and Telecommunications Research Institute researchers said their Breast Cancer Spectrum Tomography works by distinguishing normal tissue from cancerous ones by measuring them with electric fields. (Click here for more
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