Raman spectroscopy shows potential in cancer monitoring

08/22/2013 | Medical Physics Web (registration required)

A study presented at a medical meeting highlighted the use of Raman spectroscopy for diagnosing and tracking cancer. Michigan researchers used Raman spectroscopy to look at cancerous and normal cells, finding that the approach may be useful for measuring progression and distinguishing treated and untreated cancer cells in assessing therapeutic response. They plan to examine animal models next.

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