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Fluorescent Agent Improving Outcomes for Tumor Removal

A Duke University trial is showing positive results in the application of an injectable fluorescent agent that improves the visualization of tumors and tumor margins during surgery. Current techniques include protracted delays in confirming margins with the possibility of further surgeries and the need for radiation therapy. Removing all of the tumor in the initial surgery would reduce the potential for recurrence and the need for further surgeries and assure prompt attention to post-surgical needs. Click here to learn moreClick for Abstract.