Doctors have learned to detect cancer five years before its active phase

Doctors have learned to detect cancer five years before its active phase

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French scholars research IARC centers have learned to predict as accurately as possible the possibility of developing cancer in help blood test.

In the course of research, doctors revealed that the presence of the KIM-1 protein in the blood can indicate a predisposition to developing cancer in about five years before his transition to the active phase.

Work has been done in the field of kidney cancer research, but presumably a similar mechanism work may be applicable and for others oncological diseases. The patient develops time, to prevent or detect disease at the earliest stage.

Doctors have learned to detect cancer five years before its active phase

For medicine, such a discovery is an important. Kidney Cancer Research Practice shows, that early detection of the disease increases the survival rate among patients by up to 90%. Cancer treatment options in advanced stages are much lower.

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text: Evgeniya Likhodey, a photo: google.ru/maps

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