Lumicell is changing the landscape of cancer surgery with a hand-held imaging system that enables surgeons to identify any cancer cells left behind on the tumor cavity walls and take action in real-time to improve patient outcomes.
Lumicell is addressing the number one challenge in cancer surgery – the need to remove all cancer cells during the first surgery while preserving healthy tissue.
Catching Every Cancer Cell While in Surgery
A veterinary surgeon at Tufts tests and experimental imaging technology on dogs being treated for cancer
This New Technology Could Help Surgeons Clear Out Leftover Cancer Cells
In some instances, as many as 30% of patients need repeat surgeries to get rid of cancerous cells initially left behind. The team from Lumicell wants to change that — and improve outcomes for cancer patients.
Lumicell Presents Phase 2 Clinical Data Showing LUM System Provided Complete and Immediate Detection of Residual Cancer in Tumor Cavity During Lumpectomy Surgery
Data Presented by Investigators from Massachusetts General Hospital's Breast Program at 2017 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Integrated LUM System Correctly Identified Residual Cancer Cells Across Breast Cancer Subtypes
Lumicell Expands Development Strategy and Pipeline Across Five Solid Tumor Cancers Supported by $28.7 Million Series C Financing
Proceeds to Fund Pivotal Trial in Breast Cancer Leverages Broad Potential of LUM System with Drug, Device and Software for Real-time Detection of Tumor Tissue in Patients During Surgery
LUM Imaging System to Detect Residual Cancer During Surgery to Start Advanced Clinical Trial
A possibly pivotal clinical trial using an imaging technology – the LUM Imaging System by Lumicell — to detect residual tumor tissue in breast cancer patients undergoing surgery is in the planning stages, the company announced after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the system’s use in a new study.
Lumicell Initiates New Clinical Studies in Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer with LUM System for Real-time Detection of Tumor Tissue in Patients During Surgery
Company receives FDA Approval to initiate multiple IDE studies, Including Path to Pivotal Trial in Breast Cancer. Integrated LUM System with Drug, Device and Software Currently Under Investigation in Five Solid Tumor Cancers