Early results have shown the simple test can diagnose cancer and pre-cancerous conditions from the blood of patients with melanoma, colon cancer and lung cancer with a high degree of accuracy. The test centres around damage to white blood cells. The researchers say there is a clear distinction between the damage to the cells or those with or without cancer. The longer the tail, the more DNA damage. And these measurements correlated to those patients who were ultimately diagnosed with cancer (58), those with pre-cancerous conditions (56) and those who were healthy (94).
Revolutionary new blood test ‘could detect ALL types of cancer’
Source: Nwo Report
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