Microbubbles could help bowel cancer patients avoid life-changing surgeries

Focused chemists in lab coats and safety goggles making experiments.

Microbubble technology could help surgeons target cancer better, reducing the need for bowel cancer patients to have life-changing operations, research led by a University of Strathclyde scientist has found.

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