Japanese scientists have developed a device that they say detects most kinds of cancer from a drop of blood in only three minutes.

The device uses a biochip, a sensor comprising multiple tiny test sites. It functions by attracting a faintly luminous substance found in cancer patients, even when the cancer is at a very early stage.

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