15-Year-Old Puts Cancer Industry to Shame: Develops 100% Accurate Cancer Test Using Google
One 15- year old teenager invented a new method for lethal cancer detection. The name of this teen prodigy of Pancreatic Cancer is Jack Andraka from Crownsville, Maryland.
Apparently, this teenager begun working on this issue after one of his close friends died because of pancreatic cancer. This tragedy leads Jack to a new resolution which was becoming more proactive, instead of accepting such situation without doing anything to change it.
Unfortunately, this type of cancer is the fourth leading cause of deaths related to cancer (so far 34, 000 taken lives) because of its late detection. In addition, the common tests are 60 years old and quite expensive (around $ 800) methods which lack 30% of all pancreatic cancers.
What this teen prodigy concentrated on, was that the main problem was actually a lack of tests for early detection, which is why he came up with a test capable of cancer detection in its earliest stage.
The test invented by Jack is 100 % accurate cancer test with a price of 3 cents, taking just 5 minutes and using the two most used online resourced Wikipedia and Google, which are available to anyone with an internet connection.
Moreover, the test that this remarkable teenager invented is 26,000 times cheaper, 168 times faster, and 400 times more sensitive than the current detection method.
This young boy’s discovery could be of enormous importance in cancer treatments, and it surely put industry of cancer to shame.
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