Scientists develop a new AI breast cancer diagnostic tool.
Washington: Scientists are developing a new way to identify the unique chemical ‘fingerprints’ for different types of breast cancers. These new chemical footprints will be used to train AI (artificial interlligence) software – creating a new tool for rapid and accurate diagnosis of breast cancers.
The team of researchers from Lancaster University and Airedale NHS Foundation Trust are using a specialised chemical analytical technique called Raman Spectroscopy on biopsies to identify the molecular structure of different types of breast cancer, as well as variations within each cancer cell group.
The results of the study were publlished in the journal Expert Review of