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April 23rd, 2006

Stanford Cancer Researchers Think Small

Dr. Sean Wong, an associate professor of material science and electrical engineering, is among the researchers hoping for a small breakthrough at Stanfordís Center of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence. Wong and his colleagues are developing devices to penetrate cancer cells, and provide readings from within the cell itself.


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