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Electromagnetic Cell Communication to Detect Hepatitis C

February 25, 2013

A device adapted from bomb detection technology is being used to detect hepatitis C. While skeptics regard the instrument as having no scientific basis, the instrument has been used on 1600 people with no false negatives, but 2% false positives. Hepatitis C is widespread in the developing world where blood tests are costly. This novel scanner would be used as a screening device. Those with positive readings would be referred for further tests and treatment. Read more.