Recent Technological Breakthroughs to Revolutionize Cancer Diagnostics

Cancer continues to be one of the most lethal diseases among humans, despite years of considerable progress made in its diagnosis and treatment. According to the World Health Organization, cancer is the second most frequent cause of death in the world, with 8.8 million people dying from this disease in 2015 alone. Two of the most significant problems in the treatment of cancer are late-stage presentation and inaccessible diagnosis. Cancer is often detected in its later stages. By then, the functioning of crucial organs has been compromised and is on…

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