Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

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The iKnife Helps Surgeons Find Tumors by Sniffing Out Cancer

July 18, 2013 by  
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Removing cancerous tumors from a patient is a very precise science, and it can be very difficult for surgeons to determine where tumors begin and end. That’s why chemist Zoltan Takats and his team of researchers from the medical school at Imperial College London designed the iKnife , a brilliant scalpel that can help physicians determine whether the tissues they’re removing are cancerous. The knife could save precious time in the operating room , and it could ultimately make surgeries much faster, safer and more effective. Read the rest of The iKnife Helps Surgeons Find Tumors by Sniffing Out Cancer Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: cancer , cancer-sensing knife , cancer-sniffing knife , cancer-sniffing scalpel , green tech , high-tech scalpel , iKnife , Imperial College London , lipids , scalpel , surgery , Zoltan Takats        

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The iKnife Helps Surgeons Find Tumors by Sniffing Out Cancer

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