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#Early Detection

# early-detection - Sunday 22 April, 2018

Japan set to trial the 'world's first urine test' to test for cancer

The test will run from now until September to see if it will have a practical use in everyday diagnostics.

# early-detection - Tuesday 12 July, 2016

This security tool could help stop the problem of ransomware in its tracks

Scientists at the University of Florida developed software that can stop ransomware before it does any serious damage.

# early-detection - Friday 25 July, 2014

Irish startup to develop breakthrough biotechnology test for major US clinic

Inform Bioscience will sign the agreement with Mayo Clinic next week to develop a test to detect preeclampsia in pregnancy.

# early-detection - Wednesday 16 October, 2013

Simple blood test can diagnose lung and other cancers

Compounds that appear to be new screening markers were identified in the US study.

# early-detection - Tuesday 27 August, 2013

Spinal fluid test could give early diagnosis of Parkinson's disease

The first signs of having the disease include body tremors, but this new test could give a diagnosis before symptoms present.

# early-detection - Tuesday 1 May, 2012

UL scientists get €5 million for high-tech microscope to detect Alzheimer's

More than 44,000 people in Ireland are affected by Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia

# early-detection - Friday 19 August, 2011

From The Daily Edge Dogs can smell cancer but scientists not sure how this can help Sniffer Dog

Dogs can smell cancer but scientists not sure how this can help

Researchers are on their way to proving that dogs can smell cancer but they’re not sure what to do with this fact.