Smartphone app helps doctors detect cancer

Doctors might soon be able to detect cancer faster and more accurately with their smartphones, reports FierceMobileHealthcare. Researchers based at Massachusetts General Hospital have developed a quantitative micro-nuclear magnetic resonance system (NMR) that can find tumors by scanning a person's cells. The system works like a mini MRI and allows doctors to look at scan results on their smartphone through an app created for the device. --Read the full article at FierceMobileHealthcare