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NEW YORK ─ An international group of researchers has reported promising results for a portable flow-cytometry test that they are developing to enable breast cancer diagnosis and subtyping in one day.

The point-of-care test has the potential to address a critical unmet medical need, according to its developers ─ that of quickly ruling in or ruling out breast cancer in settings where hospital laboratories are not available.

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