Jellyfish found to hold the key to diagnosing cancer

 Scientists at in the Yorkshire Cancer Research Laboratory at York University have developed a procedure by which green flourescent protein that enable jellyfish to glow in the dark are used to pinpoint cancerous cells in the human body. Many have said that this will revolutionise the way cancer is diagnosed, as the proteins can find cells deeped inside the body.

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