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Monitoring breast tumor response to chemotherapy with broadband near-infrared tissue spectroscopy

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NIR tissue spectroscopy was used to monitor a breast cancer patient during three cycles of presurgical chemotherapy. Lesion values of lipid, water, deoxygenated and oxygenated hemoglobin changed significantly within the first week, and continued to change throughout therapy.

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