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+ - Jack Andraka Invented Sensor To Detect Pancreatic Cancer->

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funnyandspicy writes "Jack Andraka, a 15 year old scientist has invented a dipstick sensor that can detect pancreatic cancer, which is 28 times faster and 28 times cheaper than the current test. The cancer detection tool that tests blood or urine developed by this High school freshman Jack Andraka from Crownsville, Maryland is more than 90 percent accurate and 100 times more sensitive."
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