Prostate cancer is a type of malignant tumor that affects men of all ages, but particularly older men. It occurs when cancerous cells start to grow in the prostate gland – which is located under the bladder and near the rectum.
Every four minutes, prostate cancer kills someone, somewhere around the world. Researchers at Cambridge Oncometrix, are developing a simple test that will detect the disease early. Dmitry Soloviev is one the scientists helping to develop a test that can indicate the presence of cancer cells. Dr. Dmitry is the principal scientist at Oncometrix. Watch the video and learn more about this innovative test and how scientists are working to develop it further.
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