"I think what's unique about this is that, from beginning to end, it is a UAB project," said Dr. Zinn, a Professor in the Department of Radiology and also a senior scientist in the Experimental Therapeutics Program.
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama -- There's no missing these cancer cells. They glow in the dark.
Researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham are leading the way toward an improvement in cancer surgery that works by literally lighting up cancer cells for better recognition by the medical team and more accuracy in removing the cancer. Read more >>>