World-first melanoma blood test detects early stages of deadly skin cancer


Doors after three decades and business own cafe Opened in nineteen. Eighty-five on Woodward avenue in Ferndale restaurant posted on their Facebook page that they are closing because of financial reasons Australian researchers have developed an experimental test for skin cancer they, call it the first blood test capable of detecting, melanoma it has a high degree of accuracy. And scientists said Australia's Edith Cowan university hope by testing for antibodies in the blood they can catch skin cancer earlier and improved the outlook for survival melanoma is of special interest to Australia because the continents. Proximity to the ozone hole in the atmosphere makes Australians more vulnerable to the sons UV rays and subject to higher cancer rates the study is published in the journal uncle target on Jan Johnson WGN news time seven.

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