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Birmingham researchers use new approach to ‘break the code’ for liver cancer tests

Scientists at Birmingham University are using cutting edge technologies to move closer to a blood test that will improve early diagnosis of liver cancer in high risk groups, according to research published in the British Journal of Cancer today (Tuesday 24 January 2006).

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Blood test could hold key to improved survival for ovarian cancer patients

Cancer Research UK scientists hope to use a simple blood test to discover which ovarian cancer patients become resistant to chemotherapy – says a leading researcher at the charity’s conference in Harrogate, Yorkshire.

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Scientists pave the way for lung cancer blood test

A molecule involved in tumour development is found in high concentrations in the blood of lung cancer patients, and could act as an early indicator of the disease, according to research published in the British Journal of Cancer1.

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