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For Less Than a Buck, a Sensor Detects Acute Pancreatitis

For Less Than a Buck, a Sensor Detects Acute Pancreatitis
If there were a distinction one could earn for practicing smart medicine on a shoestring, a UT grad student would be high in the running. Using a aluminum foil, gelatin, milk protein, and a cheap LED light--items that collectively sell for under a buck--he’s created a fast, one-hour test for acute pancreatitis. Read the full story on Popsci.com.
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