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Engineering grads construct diagnostic device using temperature to aid melanoma detection

10:59 EST 14 Nov 2017 | MedCity News

Four recent engineering graduates from McMaster University, near Toronto, built a device to detect melanoma that measures the temperature differences between melanoma and normal tissue.

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