Teenager builds cancer detecting artificial brain

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Breast Cancer research creates high school champion

Teenager builds cancer detecting artificial brain

17 year old Brittany Wenger won first place in the Google Science Fair.  Her achievements are nothing short of genius.  Wenger wrote a cloud-based computer program that makes breast cancer detection less invasive. She called it the “Global Neural Network Cloud Service for Breast Cancer.”

With breast cancer statistics on the rise, Ms. Wenger has taken a great step to advance the progression of detection in this type of cancer.  As with all cancers, early detection is critical in surviving cancer.  Brittany plans on studying computer science in college and then going on to medical school.  Could a cure for cancer be around the corner?  With young minds like Brittany’s, one can only hope so!