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Detecting Cancer Early With Nanosensors and a Urine Test

How might cancer detection, treatment, and prevention change if cancer could be diagnosed by peeing in a cup? According to Dr. Sangeeta Bhatia, about two-thirds of cancer deaths worldwide are probably preventable by techniques we already have in hand. Her laboratory is working to apply those techniques, and at Singularity University’s Her laboratory is working to apply those techniques, and at Singularity University’s Exponential Medicine conference, she shared details of an exciting project: using nanosensors.
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