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Monday, January 29, 2007

New device for detecting oral cancer

A new device called ‘Vizilite Plus’ is now helping doctors in the early detection of oral abnormalities that could lead to cancer. Since early detection is a key in the treatment of oral cancer, this device is helping the medical community to address oral cancer at its most-easily treatable stage. This news story from FOX5 NEWS explains how ‘Vizilite Plus’ is helping doctors to save the lives of many people.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Visilite is old technology and will only discover surface lesions.

Check out the Velscope which studies show may discover abnormal tissue, down at the basement membrane, before it becomes visible to the eye.

www.velscope.com

4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

velscope missed a severe dysplasia right beneath the epithelial surface. 1 false negative in a lousy 44 patient trial...a waste of money.

vplus with tblue has proven to detect lesions down to the basement membrane....mild dyslpasia begins there...several studies show vizilite is the only technology to detect these type of lesions in health patients. and with Tblue, false positives reduced by 60%.....so reduces unnecessary biopsies.

WWW.ViziLite.com

8:06 PM  

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