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Sealed with Dogecoin Medical Prediction: Cancer is detectable from just a single drop of blood or saliva

Detecting cancer from just a single drop of blood

We're learning more and more about what information can be gleaned by looking at blood samples. This new finding could be a major victory in the battle against cancer for many.
Dutch researchers at the VU medical centre have developed a method of detecting various forms of cancer using only a single drop of blood. The new method even works for very early stage detection, and has been tested to up to 95% accuracy for most types of cancer.

Researchers screened blood samples of a thousand cancer patients of various diagnoses and prognoses. They were able to determine not only the presence of cancerous cells, but also the type, whether it had metastasised, and in the latter case, where the original tumor was located. This is all vital information when trying to fight the disease, especially in the early stages.
The researchers note that while intestinal cancer showed the highest reliability figures, the opposite was true for types of brain cancer. Here, the reliability dropped to in the region of 85%. That's still very good compared to existing tests. The researchers suspect that the blood-brain barrier might be the reason for the lower accuracy for detecting forms of brain cancer. This barrier has the function of protecting the brain from influences like viruses and parasites present in the rest of the body.

Current estimates for developing a market-ready test point to as early as 2020. Early detection is hugely important with this treacherous condition, so we're pleased to see that it may not be far off at all.


Cancer Saliva Test 'Could Be In Homes By 2020'

A 10-minute saliva test could revolutionise the diagnosis of cancer - with the scientist behind the technique hoping it will be available in the UK within four years.

The "liquid biopsy", which costs just £15, uses a single drop of saliva to look for fragments of a genetic molecule linked to the disease.

Current tests for cancer often have a two-week turnaround time, but this breakthrough means a diagnosis "can be done in a doctor's office while patients wait".

So far, saliva tests on lung cancer patients have had "near-perfect" accuracy and the professor who pioneered the breakthrough has told Sky News it could be used to diagnose other cancers.

Professor David Wong, from the University of California at Los Angeles, said: "One that comes to mind and is on our agenda is pancreatic cancer where one gene is mutated in 95% of patients … currently there are no effective early screening capabilities for pancreatic cancer at all."

He believes the new technology could be made available through pharmacies, allowing patients to get results in the comfort and privacy of their own homes.

"Down the road it might be possible to test for multiple cancers at the same time," Professor Wong added.

Prototype products are being built which will be tested in China and continental Europe this year - and the saliva tests would need to be given regulatory approval before becoming available in the UK.

"This technology is global. We're very enthusiastic and excited. The most important issue is performance and we have the capability," said Professor Wong.

"Early detection is crucial. Any time you gain in finding out that someone has a life-threatening cancer, the sooner the better."


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Sealed with Dogecoin Apple's autonomous 'Titan' cars start invading world roads in order to go head to head with Tesla's electric vehicles

Apple could have an electric car ready to go on sale by 2020, putting it in direct competition with rivals Tesla Motors and General Motors, according to an industry expert.

Evidence is mounting that the tech giant is gearing up to revolutionise the automobile market, just as it did with smartphones and tablets.

Images taken over the past few weeks have shown a prototype car that suggests Apple is testing the water - ahead of a release in as little as five years.

According to Tim Higgins from Bloomberg, automakers 'typically spend five to seven years developing a car'.

And a 2020 timeframe would underscore Apple's 'aggressive goals and could set the stage for a battle for customers with Tesla Motors Inc and General Motors Co.'

Both of those are planning to release a sub-£26,000 ($40,000) electric car in 2017 that can travel more than 200 miles (320km) on a single charge

Steve LeVine, author of 'The Powerhouse,' a book about the automotive battery industry, said on Bloomberg TV Thursday: 'Was GM really going to be able to match Tesla? Apple can.'

This latest speculation follows sightings of mysterious camera-mounted cars registered to Apple in the US last week.

At least two videos - one recorded in California, another filmed in Florida - suggest the top-secret project is more widespread than first thought.

And rumours range from a Street View-style mapping service to an electric car that will rival Tesla or a self-driving van to rival Google.

The Californian footage was sent to MacRumors and shows a silver people-carrier driving down a street in Palo Alto.

The Florida recording was filmed on a highway in Coral Springs and uploaded by Apple Insider.

This footage shows a white Dodge Caravan fitted with cameras on the roof. As the filmmaker pulls alongside the van, they wave at the two men inside.

The passenger is seen concealing an iPad from view, while the driver points to the camera and drives off.

Other reports have spotted the vans in Hawaii and Wisconsin.

The latest vans haven't officially been confirmed as belonging to Apple, but the similarities with previous confirmed sightings suggests they are.

The far-reaching nature of the project lends more weight to the claims Apple is developing a mapping service.

With 12 cameras on top of the car, however, some have said that is too many for it to be a mapping car like Google's Street View.

Plus, reports recently claimed Apple has several hundred employees developing an electric car at a secret lab. This project has been dubbed 'Titan'.

This Apple research lab was reportedly set up late last year - meaning any car could still be years away - and is being overseen by Apple designer Sir Jonathan Ive.

Apple could, of course, be using the vans for both projects.

The Wall Street Journal added that hundreds of employees are working on the Titan project and boss Tim Cook approved the project close to a year ago.

These reports followed rumours that Apple was developing a vehicle as part of a project that 'will change the landscape and give Tesla a run for its money.'

The claims were made in an email from an unnamed Apple employee.

In an interview last year, Apple board member Mickey Drexler said that before his death in 2011, Steve Jobs had considered building a car.

He told Paul Goldberger: 'Steve Jobs was gonna design an iCar. I think cars have an extraordinary opportunity for cool design.'

Alternatively, the Apple employee's email could be referring to an advanced iPhone in-car control system that would rival Tesla's software.

The original Dodge van with the equipment on the top was spotted by the blog Claycord in San Francisco.

The blog owners apparently asked the driver what he was doing, but he refused to give an answer.

The California Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) confirmed the vehicle was leased to Apple.

Last year, footage emerged of a self-driving Dodge Caravan that looked like the current Apple minivans.

When contacted by MailOnline, Apple declined to comment on the car in question or what its purpose was.


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Sealed with Dogecoin The achievement of "20-20-20 European Union climate and energy package" targets

The climate and energy package is a set of binding legislation which aims to ensure the European Union meets its ambitious climate and energy targets for 2020.

These targets, known as the "20-20-20" targets, set three key objectives for 2020:

- A 20% reduction in EU greenhouse gas emissions from 1990 levels;

- Raising the share of EU energy consumption produced from renewable resources to 20%;

- A 20% improvement in the EU's energy efficiency.

Commitment to low-carbon economy

The targets were set by EU leaders in March 2007, when they committed Europe to become a highly energy-efficient, low carbon economy, and were enacted through the climate and energy package in 2009.

The EU is also offering to increase its emissions reduction to 30% by 2020 if other major economies in the developed and developing worlds commit to undertake their fair share of a global emissions reduction effort. The European Commission has published a Communication analysing the options for moving beyond a 20% reduction by 2020 and assessing the risk of "carbon leakage".

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