If they behave, they get a sticker. Except in my son’s case, a sticker isn’t enough. He negotiates a biscuit, or even better, a trip to the toy shop. I’m not really sure who’s in charge if I’m honest.
“Our lab is truly excited,” says Dr. David Wong. And they have good reasons to be. The UCLA scientist and his team believe that a new, non-invasive and highly accurate way of detecting cancer is just two years or less away. The revolution in cancer diagnostics is all down to that most humble of bodily […]
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