Could we soon be able to detect cancer in 10 minutes?
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Could we soon be able to detect cancer in 10 minutes?

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/science/2019/feb/24/the-10-minute-test-for-cancer-pioneering-methods-blood-test-detection-tumours-lung-breast-colorectal By¬†Zo√ę Corbyn¬†at the Guardian Pioneering methods are being developed to find traces of tumours quickly in small blood samples About seven years ago, researchers at the US DNA sequencing company¬†Illumina¬†started to notice something odd. A new blood test it ran on 125,000 expectant mothers looking for genetic abnormalities such as…

Diabetes: a ‘ticking time bomb’ for the NHS
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Diabetes: a ‘ticking time bomb’ for the NHS

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/oct/24/diabetes-ticking-time-bomb-nhs By¬†Sarah Johnson at the Guardian Lack of specialist support and rising numbers of people living with the condition will create huge complications, say experts Rising numbers of people with diabetes and a lack of specialist staff and adequate training are creating a ticking time bomb, experts and medical professionals have…

‘It’s going to create a revolution’: how AI is transforming the NHS
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‘It’s going to create a revolution’: how AI is transforming the NHS

This article was taken from:¬†https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2018/jul/04/its-going-create-revolution-how-ai-transforming-nhs By¬†Ian Sample¬†Science editor Technology is making impressive inroads into cancer treatment, saving lives and money The tumour is hard to miss on the scan. The size of a golf ball, it sits bold and white on the brain stem, a part of the organ that sends messages back and forth…