Intel chip gear aims to detect disease

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Intel chip gear aims to detect disease

Can equipment that’s used to make semiconductors help detect the early stages of cancer? Intel and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center are going to try to find out. “The chipmaker will construct a device, called a Raman Bioanalyzer System, at the Seattle-based research organization that will be able, ideally, to detect chemical anomalies in individual cells, which in turn could be used to flag diseases in their early stages.”

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