Ten Minutes Cancer Test Developed

According to report published in Nature magazin, the researchers in University of Qeensland, Australia have developed a test that can detect the presence of cancer cells anywhere in human body within 10 minutes.

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The test takes 10 minutes which tests more than 200 tissues and blood sample to detect cancerous cells with 90% accuracy. So far these tests can only detect breast, prostate, bowel and lyphoma cancers only. The test uses gold particles, which bind with cancer-affected DNA and  affect molecular behavior in a way that causes visible color changes.