University of Cambridge developing 'pill on a string' to diagnose esophageal cancer

Courtesy of the University of Cambridge

The U.K.'s University of Cambridge touted a study which suggests that its swallowable "pill on a string" has utility because it scrapes off numerous cancer cells from the esophagus as it is withdrawn. That would mark an improvement from other biopsy methods, which produce smaller point samples. More

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