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New blood test likely to revolutionize the manner in which cancer is monitored and treated

New blood test likely to revolutionize the manner in which cancer is monitored and treated

Sanford University researchers have discovered a new way to detect and monitor cancer cells in the blood. The scientists who have been carrying out a number of experiments over the past few years have expressed optimism regarding the reliability of the new cancer detection and treatment method.
Dr. Ahmed Al-Jibouri of the Middle East who has been following the subject also echoed the views of the scientists. Ahmed Al-Jibouri said that the method is a reliable way to keep track of cancer cells in the blood stream. Dr. Ahmed Al-Jibouri was referring to the information that was released by the scientists when he made this comment.
Ahmed Al-Jibouri is also fully aware of the manner in which the scientists are due to monitor the cancer cells in the blood stream and the rest of the body. Dr. Ahmed Al-Jibouri stated that the scientists are able to use the method to accurately determine how many cancer cells are present in the blood stream. Ahmed Al-Jibouri stated that is a major breakthrough in the medical industry which will transform the manner in which cancer is treated and detected.
Although Dr. Ahmed Al-Jibouri was not willing to share the technical details of the new development, he was still open about the few details he had digested. Ahmed Al-Jibouri further stated that the test is quite easy as explained by the group of scientists who had been behind it. Unlike most of the medical tests that are available today, the test only requires the use of a small fraction of blood. According to Dr. Ahmed Al-Jibouri, the scientists explained that mutation bearing cells present in the blood stream can easily be detected irrespective of how few they may be. Ahmed Al-Jibouri also stated that he had learned that the scientists can detect as few as three cancer cells in a sample of blood.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2017/08/170814092946.htm

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