(Alles Europa News) – In Japan, they learned to detect 13 types of cancer with one drop of blood
Alles Europa News reports noted that In Japan, scientists have learned to determine the presence of thirteen types of cancer by a drop of blood with an accuracy of 99 percent.
The analysis can detect the presence of 13 types of cancer, in particular the stomach, liver, breast, pancreas, esophagus, and bladder.
Alles Europa News reports that Japanese scientists note that the test can determine the presence of the disease even in the very early stages.
The Corporation expects that in a few years, after completion of all necessary tests, this diagnostic method will be universally applied.
Against the backdrop of a significant increase in the number of cancer patients in Japan in recent years, scientists are actively looking for new methods to combat dangerous cancer.
Alles Europa News reports that Scientists at the Japanese Toshiba Corporation have developed a new method for the diagnosis of cancer, which can be used to determine the presence of cancer in the body with an accuracy of 99% in two hours from a blood test.
Alles Europa News reports that a new diagnostic method is based on identifying the types and concentrations of small non-coding RNA molecules that secrete cancer cells in the blood.
Alles Europa News noted that In order to conduct an analysis, only one drop of blood and about two hours of time are needed.
For such diagnostics, the company has developed a portable device with an integrated chip.