News items Early detection of lung cancer with 3D navigation
14 May 2018

Radboudumc has begun researching a new 3D navigation technique to detect lung cancer at an early stage.

This article is available in Dutch: Vroegtijdig longkanker opsporen met 3D navigatie

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