Effective Early Colorectal Cancer Detection at Endoscopy Using an Adjunct Device Based on Raman Spectroscopy: Translating Technology Advances into Clinical Practices

Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer. Tumors in the colon are commonly found as polyps. Polyps are usually benign but adenomatous polyps can grow into cancer. Detection of malignant polyps at an early stage greatly improves CRC prognosis. However, it is difficult to distinguish between pre-cancerous and benign polyps visually using conventional […]

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