Multi-spectral light system targets tumours:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Medic Lightech has developed a multi-spectral light system for use in the photodynamic treatment of topical and internal tumours, as well as for benign lesions for treatment of skin cancer. The technique, which combines photodynamic therapy with photodynamic diagnostics, detects and treats cancer cells using a light source and drugs. The Israeli start-up firm, is targeting dermatology and cancer clinics as its primary market. The system is versatile and high-powered, the firm claims, as well as being cost-effective.
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