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New advances in imaging to enhance the detection of GI cancers

(Spink Health) The technique involves using a standard endoscopy system with a novel set of camera filters, increasing the number of colors that can be visualized during endoscopy from three to over 50 and potentially improving the ability to detect abnormal cells in the lining of the gut.
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