Greg Smith had no symptoms.
And yet six months ago, the Sunshine Coast man received an early cancer diagnosis, thanks to an algorithm that saved his life.
- A Sunshine Coast policeman is among 20 men to have his prostate cancer caught early, thanks to artificial intelligence
- The technology is combined with a simple blood test to find out what a patient’s risk of the disease is
- Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men
He is one of 20 Australian prostate cancer survivors in the past…