A newly developed computer program can not only diagnose whether or not a patient has cancer, but even identify where in the body the cancer is located--all from a simple blood test. "We have developed a computer-driven test that can detect cancer, and also identify the type of cancer, from a single blood sample," says UCLA professor Jasmine Zhou. "Non-invasive diagnosis of cancer is important...the earlier the cancer is caught, the higher the chance a patient has of beating the disease." Zhou cautions that "the technology is in its infancy and requires further validation, but the potential benefits to patients are huge."
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