Ladies and gentleman, John Rogers is back with a stretchable silicone device that surrounds organs to monitor health and treat disease. Continue reading →
The patient's own T-cells are genetically altered to recognize cancer so they can attack and kill it.
The research could lead to implants that help patients overcome paralysis.
Cancer cells appear to glow blue under this wearable technology, helping surgeons understand what cells to remove. Continue reading →
This ingestible camera could make colon cancer screenings a lot more bearable. Bottoms up! Continue reading →
XStat is a lightweight, plastic syringe that injects sponges to treat battlefield wounds quicker and more efficiently than gauze. Continue reading →
Physically stressing white blood cells encourages them to revert to a state equivalent to an embryonic stem cell. Continue reading →
Physicians across the globe now use detailed, 3-D anatomical images to train residents and prepare for surgeries.
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