Johns Hopkins University students have created a sensor that can detect lymphedema in its early stage, which could spare thousands of people per year from experiencing some of the pain associated with cancer treatment, according to university staff. A group of six graduate students from the university’s Center for Bioengineering Innovation and Design program has developed a patch-like sensor that detects the gradual buildup of lymphatic fluid in the extremities, according to university staff. The patch-like sensor is called LymphaSense.
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