Scientists developed a pill that makes breast cancer visible, thus facilitating detection
Pill Better In Detecting Breast Cancer than Standard Diagnosis - short science news - cancer

Breast cancer has a reputation for being difficult to diagnose correctly. One-third of women diagnosed with breast cancer undergo unnecessary surgical procedures. For this reason, science is struggling to find a better way to diagnose it and now, a new method made the news. This new approach is using a pill that ultimately makes the tumors light up under infrared light, thus making it easy to identify them. The proof of concept came from animal studies, in which the pill was shown to work well.

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Scientific publication: Molecular Pharmaceutics