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New technology holds promise for preventing liver cancer

Richard Drake sits in his lab and holds a component of the GlycoTyper technology

Technology developed by Hollings researchers can detect early-stage liver cancer at double the rate obtained with current standard diagnostic tools.

“Our analytical technology links the immune response to disease with circulating biomarkers to provide novel diagnostic tools across the spectrum of cancer, infectious disease and aging,” said Dr. Richard Drake.

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