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Real-time In Vivo Tissue Raman Spectroscopy for Early Cancer Detection

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A platform technology for real-time in vivo tissue Raman spectroscopy was developed that takes 1-2 seconds to obtain a spectrum. The system was tested over 900 skin patients and 80 lung patients, achieved high diagnostic sensitivity (90%) and good specificities (73%, 65%) for skin cancer and lung cancer detection.

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