NSF’s weekly video program highlighted the company’s PWS technology platform and its ability to detect the early presence of ovarian cancer. Click here to view video . (The segment featuring NanoCytomics begins at the 2:52 mark of the program.)
Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science highlighted the Chicago Tribune’s coverage of a study conducted by Dr. Backman’s team, which showed promising results for PWS microscopy as a detection method for ovarian cancer. Click here to read full story.
Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science reported on the Backman Lab’s ovarian cancer study that was published in the International Journal of Cancer. As described in this article, “The PWS-based test makes use of the “field effect,” a biological phenomenon in which cells located some distance from the malignant or pre-malignant tumor [Continue Reading]