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Contact: Jes Andersen
jean@science.ku.dk
45-23-60-11-40
University of Copenhagen

Ola Blixt, University of Copenhagen

Caption: The world's most widespread test for ovarian cancer reports false-positives in 94 of 100 diagnosed cases. Adding a test for a certain sugar molecule could reduce the number of mistaken diagnosis by at least 50 percent finds Copenhagen Chemist Ola Blixt.

Credit: Foto: Jes Andersen/University of Copenhagen

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