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Near Infrared Raman Spectroscopy for Cancer Detection in vivo

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Raman Spectroscopy can be effectively used as a ‘biochemical biopsy” tool for detecting tissue abnormalities. Here, we show evidence from three distinct tissue types, cervix, ovary, and skin, that tissue Raman spectra can discriminate normal, precancerous and cancerous tissues in vivo.

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