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Recent work by McGill University Health Centre (MUHC) gyneco-oncologists, Drs. Lucy Gilbert, Xing Zeng and Kris Jardon, along with American researchers, has been hailed as one of Québec Science's top ten discoveries of the year 2018! Each year, this scientific magazine honours the best scientific breakthroughs in Quebec, thus paying tribute to its researchers. 

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Dr. Gilbert and her team from the Research Institute of the MUHC (RI-MUHC) developed a non-invasive test to detect the presence of mutations in ovarian and uterine cells, allowing doctors to act before the illness gets worse and becomes incurable. The discovery could be a game changer in the early detection of uterine and ovarian cancer, the third leading cause of cancer death among women in North America. Drs. Gilbert and Jardon are both members of the Cancer Research Program and Centre for Innovative Medicine at the RI-MUHC.

Thanks to The McGill University Health Centre Foundation, which has been supporting Dr. Gilbert’s work for over a decade!

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Dr. Lucy Gilbert with her colleagues Drs. Xing Zeng and Kris Jardon at the Centre for Innovative Medicine (CIM) of the Research Institute of the MUHC. Credit: MUHC

— published January 7, 2019