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Cells study could aid cancer diagnosis

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SCOTTISH-based scientists have created new imaging technology to visualise what cells eat in a move that could help in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as cancer. 

Period8 Apr 2019 → 23 Jan 2020

SCOTTISH-based scientists have created new imaging technology to visualise what cells eat in a move that could help in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases such as cancer. 

References

TitleNew technique to spy on cell eating habits could aid diagnoses
Media name/outletCourier & Advertiser
Date of coverage23/01/20
TitleCity scientists dining out on cell study
Media name/outletEdinburgh Evening News
Date of coverage10/04/19
TitleSpying on 'cell eating' could aid cancer diagnosis
Media name/outletNorthern Echo
Date of coverage9/04/19
TitleCells study could aid cancer diagnosis
Media name/outletThe National
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleNew hope on cancer as scientists spy on how cells eat
Media name/outletYorkshire Post
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleSpying on cell eating habits could help treat cancer
Media name/outletWestern Mail
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleWhy see-through fish could help spot diseases in future
Media name/outletPress & Journal
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleCell diet findings to aid cancer treatment
Media name/outletThe Scotsman
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleWatching what cells eat could help spot cancer
Media name/outletMetro
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleCells breakthrough brings cancer fight hope
Media name/outletThe Herald
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleCANCER treatment could be improved by probes that detect changes in the eating habits of cells in the body, say Edinburgh University scientists.
Media name/outletDaily Star
Date of coverage8/04/19
TitleEating habits of cells could help doctors spot cancer earlier
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage8/04/19

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