Early stages of breast cancer could soon be diagnosed from blood samples: study

The technology that the team used involves nanotechnology and advanced mass spectrometry.

Early stages of breast cancer could soon be diagnosed from blood samples: study

Science Recorder | Ellen Miller | Sunday, November 17, 2013

A new blood test may be able to detect the early stages of breast cancer, researchers say. Scheduled to begin vigorous clinical testing in early 2014, the test successfully identified the presence of breast cancer cells from serum biomarkers in preliminary testing, a huge step forward that could make breast cancer testing more widespread and more regularly detected early... To continue reading, subscribe to Science Recorder today.

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