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Artificial intelligence could make testing for prostate cancer in African American men more accurate, reports News 5 Cleveland.

Rates of prostate cancer have long been higher among African American men than white men, and new artificial intelligence research from a biomedical engineering professor at Case Western Reserve University could help tailor treatment to account for cellular differences between black and white prostate cancer patients.

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