Findings from a study conducted by Prof. Marco Falasca from Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) in the United Kingdom and team on a mouse model of pancreatic cancer, which they injected with cannabidiol (CBD), naturally occurring cannabis along with a classic chemotherapy drug, Gemcitabine, revealed that the rodents lived almost three times more than mice from a control group, which had been treated with Gemcitabine only.
This app uses a smartphone camera, computer vision algorithms and machine learning tools to assess bilirubin levels in the white part of the eye named sclera since jaundice is considered as one of the earliest symptoms of pancreatic cancer. The eyes and the skin become yellow colored due to the accumulation of bilirubin in the blood caused by jaundice.
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