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At the time of filming, Jack Andraka was a 16 year old student from Baltimore, US. He had invented a test for pancreatic cancer which is 168 times faster than the gold standard in the field, and cheaper, just by using Google. He discusses the journey behind his invention and how the test works.

This lecture was filmed at the event 'Medical Innovations Summit 2013' at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of Lecture: 16th February 2013

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Professor Robin Williamson, Immediate Past-President, RSM.

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Professor Qasim Aziz, Queen Mary, University of London.

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Dr Marsha Morgan, Reader and Consultant Physician, University College London.

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Professor John Hunter, Honorary Consultant Physician, Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge.  

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Jack Andraka, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.

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