Teen discovers a way of using nanotubes to detect cancers that is 100x more sensitive and 28x cheaper and faster. Crystals, Labs, High Schools Students, High Schools Science, Life Science, Children, Test Tube, Education, 15 Years
15 year old Jack Andraka wins Intel Science Competition for Pancreatic Cancer Research...amazing!
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Amazing Teens at the Intel Science Competition- the power of education
Another amazing teen scientist is making headlines for developing advances in cancer research in his after-school hours. Fifteen-year-old Jack Andraka from Maryland, winner of the world's largest high school science research competition, developed a test for pancreatic cancer that is not only 28 times cheaper and faster than current tests in place, but also 100 times more sensitive. Astoundingly, the urine and blood test that he developed can detect this type of cancer with 90 percent accuracy.
Scientist fingers holding a glass test tube in a research lab
Intel Science Competition~15 year old wins the competiton. Developed a test for Pancreatic Cancer that is 28 times cheaper & faster than current tests, & 100 times more sensitive. It has 90% accuracy. Thank you Creator for the Crystal Children!
15 Year Old Wins Intel Science Competition for pancreatic cancer research.
While most high school students were pumped about summer vacation, 15-Year-Old Jack Andraka developed the most effective and least expensive test for pancreatic cancer to date.
Know it. Fight it. End it.
Marching Gifts, Fight, In Memories Of, Father
Pancreatic Cancer Advocacy Day June 26, 2012. My March gift is in memory of my father, who found his diagnosis late and fought pancreatic cancer hard, and all the other fighters. Stanley Edison Hartman - July 23, 1929 - March 1, 2007.
Pancreas Cancer Survival Rate
Cancer Infographic, Fight Pancreatic Cancer, Cancer Survival, Cancer Awareness, Cancer Association, Cancer Facts, Liver Cancer, Infographic Health, Cancer Pancreatic
#Pancreatic #Cancer Survival Rates | #infographic #health
My father passed away from pancreatic and liver cancer almost three years ago, with only 1% of funding going towards research the survival rate is extremely low.
Pancreatic Cancer #Infographic - Study finds type 2 #diabetes drugs and pancreatic #cancer association. In memory of Uncle Bill
Health - Pancreatic Cancer facts #infographic (via pancreaticcancer.org)
Pancreatic Cancer Survival Rates Aren't Improving. Pancreatic Cancer Awareness
Fight Pancreatic Cancer. Love you Mom!
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