New Machines Allow UCF Researchers to See, Count Cancer Cells in Blood

New Machines Allow UCF Researchers to See, Count Cancer Cells in Blood

Thanks to a patient’s family, a technological device allows scientists at UCF College of Medicine to isolate, photograph and count cancer cells in blood.

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