New Machines Allow UCF Researchers to See, Count Cancer Cells in Blood

On a computer screen, the enemy is a misshapen neon-colored blob — a metastatic cell that’s spreading cancer to the lungs, brain and liver. Thanks to a donation from a Winter Park cancer patient’s family, UCF College of Medicine researchers now have machines that can isolate, photograph and count these cancer cells from a single tube of blood.

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