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Artificial Intelligence Detects Juvenile Arthritis in the Blood

12:55 EDT 13 Mar 2019 | Labiotech.eu

Using artificial intelligence, a Belgian research group can diagnose juvenile arthritis from blood samples with almost 90% accuracy and identify different forms of the disease, something that is not currently possible. Juvenile idiopathic arthritis causes joint pain, swelling and stiffness in children under the age of 16. The disease is hard to treat because there […]

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