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Implantable LED device uses light to treat deep-seated cancers

To bring light’s benefits to these harder-to-access cancers, engineers and scientists at the University of Notre Dame have devised a wireless LED device that can be implanted. This device, when combined with a light-sensitive dye, not only destroys cancer cells, but also mobilizes the immune system’s cancer-targeting response.

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New wearable patch measures trace perspiration during activity and rest

Researchers at University of Tsukuba have pioneered a state-of-the-art wearable device capable of precisely and continuously measuring trace perspiration amounts. This innovative device is adept at monitoring perspiration levels during not only physical activity but also rest. Its potential applications extend beyond monitoring dehydration caused by exercise or heat exposure, encompassing broader domains such as daily health management and disease detection.

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