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Start-Up UroSens Set to Launch Urine Based Test to Detect Cancer

By Adele Graham-King -
Start-up company UroSens based in the northeast of England has developed a new diagnostic urine based ELISA test to detect early signs of bladder cancer.
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Start-Up UroSens Set to Launch Urine Based Test to Detect Cancer

By Adele Graham-King -
Start-up company UroSens based in the northeast of England has developed a new diagnostic urine based ELISA test to detect early signs of bladder cancer.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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Laser-Based Technology Improves Efficiency of Cancer Diagnosis

By Thomas Klein -
German scientists have developed cost-effective device to count cancer cells in the blood. The technology could be used in different areas of diagnostics.
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How Additive Manufacturing Reduces Costs of Production

By Andreas Knoch -
More and more medical device manufacturers take advantage of the prospects additive manufacturing offers. German Andreas Hettich and British Smith & Nephew are just two examples.
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