In response to this challenge, an innovative new warning implant system has been developed to detect four common cancers (lung, prostate, breast and colon). The level of calcium in a person’s blood would constantly be checked and if the calcium levels are too high, it warns the patient about the cancer onset by growing an artificial mole on the person’s skin.
Grail, the cancer detection start-up backed by tech giants Alphabet and Amazon, is already seeking new funding, mere months after it closed a $900 million round in March. The company had previously raised $100 million in 2016.
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