The winner of this year's Intel International Science and Engineering Fair developed a way to diagnose early-stage pancreatic cancer, reports DailyRx. Jack Andraka, a 15-year-old from Maryland, devised a dipstick test to determine whether blood or urine contains mesothelin, a marker for pancreatic cancer. A press release from Intel adds that the test has over 90 percent accuracy and is faster, less expensive, and more sensitive than current tests. For this, Jack received $75,000, which he says will go toward college. DailyRx adds that Jack is planning clinical trials and is meeting with Quest Diagnostics.