Robotic tapeworm seeks out colon cancer
This article was originally published in Clinica
Italian researchers have developed a robotic worm-like endoscope that they claim is much less painful to the patient than conventional methods for searching for colon cancer. As such, it could be used to screen healthy people for colon cancer, which might cut the death rate associated with the disease by around 50%, experts believe.
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