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CeMines wants to see cancer -- early enough to treat it, that is. The company is working on more accurate, simple blood tests to diagnose lung, breast, prostate, and other cancers. The firm's CeMines Molecular FingerPrinting technology uses biostatistics to determine if disease biomarkers found in a patient's blood sample indicate the likelihood of cancer. Its lead product candidate, CeMines CellCorrect LAb, detects patterns of key antibodies that indicate cancer cells are present. Noted researcher Toomas Neuman, whose use of stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease triggered a national debate, founded the company in 2000 with several other officers of the company, which is led by CEO Richard Cavalli.