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Jacqueline S. Jeruss, M.D., Ph.D., study author and associate professor of surgery and biomedical engineering and also director of the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Breast Care Center stated that the implant is necessary to even detect any possible cancer cells in patients who does not show any symptoms. The smart invention is a small implantable scaffold device underneath the skin can catch cancer cells, slowing the development of metastatic tumors in organs, and permit time to intervene with therapies or surgery. Immune cells typically colonize a metastatic site and pave the way for cancer cells to be able to spread to that organ. The study suggests that bringing the immune cells into the device limits the ability of those cells to prepare the metastatic sites for cancer cells. The immune cells attract cancer cells to this engineered environment.






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