Tiny 3-D Models May Offer Earlier Ovarian Cancer Diagnoses

Tiny 3-D Models May Offer Earlier Ovarian Cancer Diagnoses
A research team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, led by professor of biomedical engineering and medical physics Paul Campagnola, is using innovative 3-D printing approaches to develop tools for imaging and detecting ovarian cancer. They aim to enhance scientific and medical understanding of how ovarian cancer cells develop and interact with nearby body tissue. Funded with

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