Pause for a moment and think back on how you spent your days when you were 15 years old. Most of us would still be carefree, but for Jack Andraka, he has achieved something that even adults who have strived for years have failed to do – by successfully developing a pancreatic cancer detection method that is not only fast and fairly accurate, but dirt cheap as well. We are talking about just 3 cents per test here, folks. Jack's first brush with pancreatic cancer happened two years ago when a close family friend died. Jack was shaken up by the death, and started to learn up as much as he could about the disease via online means.
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