Blood test spots breast cancer before symptoms show up

12/14/2007 | BBC

DiaGenic ASA's blood test that can detect breast cancer even before symptoms appear could be available in the U.K. next year. The test, which experts say will benefit younger patients if used with a mammogram, can diagnose early-stage breast cancer with high accuracy by spotting unusual changes in the gene activity of breast tissues.

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