For those of you who enjoy case studies and learning how those in the medical field are coming to conclusions regarding early detection of oral cancer, below is an article with a medical case study. On page 4, the article states:
Increasing need for additional non-invasive tests to augment conventional white light
oral examination has driven the development of various real-time light-induced
fluorescence visualization devices for detection and delineation of potentially
malignant oral lesions.
“Together we fight oral cancer. Together we save a life every hour.” – The Fight Oral Cancer Foundation
Together we fight oral cancer. Together we save a life every hour.