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Smartphones May Soon Detect Cancer

Thursday, October 27, 2016 12:01
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The capabilities of smartphones are increasing every six months. From GMO detection and viruses, an extension to elaborate laboratories may soon be readily available in the palm of your hands. Washington State University researchers have now developed a low-cost, portable laboratory on a smartphone that can analyze several samples at once to catch a cancer biomarker, producing lab quality results. Continued At Source link below. http://preventdisease.com/ https://www.facebook.com/pages/PreventDiseasecom/199701427498 https://twitter.com/#!/Prevent_Disease

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  • Certainly, the smartphone detects cancer because it is cancer.

    Then of course, you use a model of “reputably” accurate perception, which of course has no bias or inherent flaws and is likely based off of a specially funded study or research, which again cannot possibly be tainted.

    Just imagine where your phone, though you not knowing what it does, returns totally unaltered results that absolutely won’t be influenced by special or corporate interests, greed, does not reference a “database” of “approved” or “directed” “knowledge”.

    How cool is that, you walk around with a cancer causing device, referencing cancer, to spread cancer and your solution is cancer.

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