Caesar is a serious one. A person’s life depends on its stage. If cancer occurs in the primary stage, then its treatment is possible. As the stage increases. The breath of life starts getting shorter. Cancer is diagnosed by its examination. Usually doctors confirm whether or not there is cancer by doing a biopsy. But today we are going to tell you about such a unique test.
Can tell pancreatic cancer by smelling insects
According to media reports, this unique test has been developed in Japan. Scientist has made this screening test to check pancreatic cancer. Very small insects will be used in this investigation. Insects will also identify the tumor by smelling it. Researchers claim that this test will be 100 percent accurate. Screening will be started with this test from this month itself.
How to check worms, cancer or not?
The person who needs to be tested for pancreatic cancer. His urine sample will be sent to the lab. There will be a plate full of special insects in the lab. These special insects are called Nematodes. Their length is about one millimeter. The urine will be poured into a plate full of insects. Researchers claim that the smelling power of these insects is very high. With its help, they find their food. Scientists have genetically modified insects. With this, these worms will be able to identify pancreatic cells.
N-NOSE test can also test cancer
The N-NOSE test by Hirotsu Bio of Tokyo came to the market in January 2020. It was claimed that the test could give information about those people who are more likely to get cancer. About 1.25 lakh people were examined for this. 5 to 6 percent of them were found to be at high risk. The company says that soon similar tests will be brought for other cancers as well.
What is pancreatic cancer?
Pancreatic cancer is cancer that occurs in the pancreas in the lower part of the abdomen. This cancer is considered very dangerous. About 95 percent people lose their lives due to this cancer. In the beginning of cancer, symptoms like weight loss, abdominal pain are seen. The chances of getting this cancer increase with age. Doctors say that people should keep getting their body checked regularly.