Early Detection of Breast Cancer with Blood Tests and Saliva

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Early Detection of Breast Cancer with Blood Tests and Saliva

The celebration of the day without a bra (No Bra Day) is celebrated every October 13 to appreciate the breast cancer fighters. But some people may still be confused to detect breast cancer is present or not in the body. Well related to this a group of researchers from The Manchester Researches to find a new way to detect.Danansir BBC, researchers are developing genetic tests to determine whether the risk of breast cancer a person can develop to be more severe or not. The test can be done by using a sample of blood or saliva.
Read also: The Importance of SADANIS to Prevent Breast Cancer One researcher, Professor Gareth Evans says in this way that a woman can make a wiser decision to do a mastectomy or not because it has been informed. Later, this test can be used thoroughly until all women know where it is development of breast cancer. They can also investigate whether the risk of breast cancer can spread to other cancers, such as prostate, uterine, ovarian, lung and colorectal cancers
The more we can learn about the components behind the increased risk of breast cancer, the better will be the health decisions that can be made by women, “” explains Dr Justine Alford from Cancer Research UK. Lester Barr, chairman of Prevent Breast Cancer said the next step for this test is to help women without a history of breast cancer but still have a genetic risk of becoming a sufferer of this disease. Also read: Breast Cancer Care Campaign, #No Bra Day Back Viral Today
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