Melanoma

Health
3:30 am
Tue April 22, 2014

Duquesne Professor Gets $1.4M Grant To Develop Cancer Detection Tech

If a cancer cell forms in the body, does it make a sound?

John Viator, director of the Duquesne University biomedical engineering program, would say yes—if it’s hit by a laser.

Viator and his team received a five-year, $1.4 million federal grant to use lasers in detecting, capturing and analyzing circulating melanoma cells, which is the most dangerous form of skin cancer.

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