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India, June 12 -- Jack Andraka was in high school and only 15 when he won the grand prize at the 2012 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for presenting a method for detecting early stages of pancreatic and other cancers . Jack was deeply moved by the death of someone who he regarded an uncle and someone he was very fond of. He found from background research that most of those, who lost their lives from pancreatic cancer, were unable to detect its occurrence early due to lack of methods by which it could be screened in a simple manner. He, therefore, began his research by first going to Google, Wikipedia and drawing content from YouTube.
Wikipedia states that Jack followed up with more research on nanotubes and cancer bioche...
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