Researchers at Swansea University Medical School, Wales (United Kingdom) have developed a simple blood test that can help doctors detect cancer in undiagnosed, at-risk or asymptomatic patients, a decade before actual symptoms of the killer disease start to appear. Since early detection of cancer is a key factor in successful treatment and survival rates, researchers are calling the new breakthrough a “smoke detector” that has the potential to save millions of lives.
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