Image from a patient treated with LUMI beads who has live cancer. The illuminated white portions are the beads in the liver tumor.
Image from a patient treated with LUMI beads who has live cancer. The illuminated white portions are the beads in the liver tumor. Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
Image from a patient treated with LUMI beads who has live cancer. The illuminated white portions are the beads in the liver tumor. Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center

How little smart beads go to a place that can fight your cancer

May 20, 2016 12:57 PM

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