Dr. Robert Hancock and Dr. Olga Peña (MICB Alumni) may have found a way to diagnose the deadliest syndrome

 

Sepsis—colloquially known as blood poisoning—is not all that rare. In Canada, close to 10,000 people die each year from it, and it accounts for almost 11 per cent of hospital deaths while being implicated in one of 18 Canadian deaths overall. The syndrome is starting to gain more recognition worldwide, with the World Health Organization establishing sepsis as a global health priority in May.  Resad more..

http://www.macleans.ca/society/health/blood-ties-the-inspiration-behind-a-potential-sepsis-breakthrough/