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Wednesday 4 December 2013

15-year old invents cancer diagnostic tool 400 times more sensitive, over 90 percent success rate

New cancer diagnostic tool somehow overlooked by Cancer Industry - 26,000 times cheaper

15 Year old Jack Thomas Andraka invented a new method for diagnosing cancer, thus saving the lives of probably millions around the world and billions of dollars if fully integrated. It may also help patients pursue less invasive forms of cancer diagnosis.

 His method is 26000 times cheaper, 168 times faster, 400 times more sensitive and has a 90 % success rate. Major corporations don't like competition.

Unfortunately for them, the next generation does!

Fifteen-year-old Jack Andraka wins the top award at Intel ISEF 2012 for his creation of a new, non-invasive method to detect early-stage pancreatic cancer.

Jack Andraka explains how he achieved an incredible feat in science somehow overlooked for decades by the cancer industry:


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