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Clean Margins in Cancer Surgery Made Possible by Glowing Dye: Study

A group of researchers has determined that an injectable dye, which glows under near-infrared light, could illuminate cancerous tissues in the primary tumor and affected lymph nodes. The scientists believe that the dye, called indocyanine green, could ensure that surgeries involving malignant tumors would have "clean margins."
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