The aim of the technique is to detect and examine skin lesions to determine whether they are benign or malignant, without cut the suspected tumor out of the skin and analyze it in the laboratory. Instead the top of an approximately one meter long cylindrical and within seconds placed in contact with the tissue, and within seconds a clear, high-resolution 3D image which emerges below the surface.. The Brazilian National Council for Science and Technology and the Brazilian National Institute of Hormones and Women’s Health funded the study. Ion Method for Imaging beneath the skin using a liquid lens could be easier and less invasive Skin Cancer Detection LetUniversity of Rochester optics professor Jannick Rolland has an optical technology, the unprecedented images supplies develops under the skin’s surface.
The process was successfully tested in in-vivo human skin and several papers on it have been published in peer-reviewed journals. Rolland says that the next step is to start using it in a clinical research environment ability to discriminate between discriminate against their ability to distinguish between different types of lesions to be assessed.
Rolland presented their findings at the Annual Meeting 2014 of the American Association for the the Advancement of Science in Washington, DC’My hope is that in the future , this technology could significant inconvenience and expense of the process of removing diagnostic skin lesion ‘Rolland says.A two-year efforts on preventing generation of drug-resistant malaria in the vicinity of the border between Cambodia and Thailand is aligned signs of success, Duong Socheat, director from the National Center Cambodian for Malaria Control, on Friday said DPA / Earth Times is reporting.
From the Henry J. Drug -Resistant malarial seems contain Near Thai – Cambodian border to work, officials say.
So far, 2,448 human been tested near the town Pailin, however only two cases of malaria resistant to artemisinin-based combination therapy identified wherein Socheat same that the results is encouraging. The six-week program tested for people in six the country’s most malaria – prone villages of, the news service writes. Two years ago of the government, the World Health Organization and several NGOs efforts to to address resistance to falciparum which was discovered in 2007 for testing the current process villager follows a concerted effort to Pailin combines against ACT – resistant malarial, provision of bed nets to educate fight against counterfeits and people.