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September 20, 2010 Cover, Vol. 88, Issue 38

September 20, 2010 Cover, Vol. 88, Issue 38

Diagnosing With Raman

Vibrational spectroscopy technique shows potential for analyzing bone and blood and for finding cancer. (pp. 8-12)

COVER: In the future, pathologists may use Raman spectroscopy instead of conventional stains to diagnose cancer. In this composite photo illustration, a doctor looks at a prostate cancer biopsy stained with hematoxylin and eosin (left) and Raman images of the same tissue (right).Credit: Shutterstock (photo)/ChemImage (pathology image)/C&EN

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