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Scientists Develop Breakthrough Laser Scalpel


Scientists from the IPE-Polus company demonstrated their newly-developed precision laser scalpel at one of the company's research laboratories near Moscow, which could revolutionize surgeries. Made of quartz and up to four times cheaper than most analogues, the scalpel can be used to treat medical conditions including gallstones.

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