Japanese University Develops New Breast Cancer Detection Technology: Collecting Tears 20 Minutes To Produce Results

Under modern medical conditions, the treatment of breast cancer can also achieve good results. However, early breast cancer often does not have typical symptoms and signs, not easy to attract attention, leading to many patients found, has caused serious consequences. Therefore, the rapid and convenient detection of breast cancer, has become a top priority.

According tomedia reports, Kobe University in Japan has successfully developed a new technology to use tears for breast cancer testing, only 10 to 20 minutes to get the test results, the testing equipment is scheduled to be officially put into use in 2021.

The report said the technology, called “TearExo”, uses a special dropper with a built-in metal sheet to collect tears, and then uses sophisticated instruments to detect them, which can be detected in just 10 to 20 minutes to detect whether they contain cancer cells, and can also detect whether the drugs being used by patients are working.

Japanese University Develops New Breast Cancer Detection Technology: Collecting Tears 20 Minutes To Produce Results

“This can improve cancer detection rates and allow more cancer patients to be diagnosed and treated as early as possible, ” said Junwen Takei, a professor at Kobe University. There are a lot of people because cancer testing is too cumbersome to do, but if there is a simple and reliable way to detect, I believe everyone will be at ease.”