Read the full story here: news.ucsb.edu/2014/013903/live-feed-our-bodies
University of California, Santa Barbara researchers in engineering and the sciences have developed a palm-sized, disposable device called MEDIC (Microfluidic Electrochemical Detector for In vivo Concentrations). The device measures, in real-time, the concentration of drug molecules, such as chemotherapy or other drugs, in a living patient's blood serum.
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