Blood test detects common cancer types 4 years before current screening methods
A novel blood-based assay demonstrated the ability to detect five cancer types up to four years earlier than current screening methods, according to study results published in
The noninvasive PanSeer test, which is based on DNA methylation, detected stomach, esophageal, colorectal, lung and liver cancer in 91% of asymptomatic individuals who were diagnosed with cancer one to four years later using standard detection methods.
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