How microchips could help detect prostate cancer

BBC Look East Science reporter Richard Westcott finds out how bio-sensor technology is being used in new test for prostate cancer.

In the video below, Richard Westcott finds out about a more accurate PSA test that is being developed by Mr Vincent Gnanapragasam, academic urological surgeon and co-lead for the Urological Malignancies Programme and Professor Andrew Flewitt, Department of Electrical Engineering. They hope that, in future, men will be able to have the new test in their GP surgery and they will get the results immediately.

2 Jul 2018