San Francisco Bay Area-based Tethys Bioscience has received another round of cash on the order of tens of millions, putting their total funding to date at $54 million, says a Wired article. Their test will use protein biomarkers to determine whether someone will become diabetic way before standard diagnostic tests reveal the condition.

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