This blood test could help to predict skin cancer’s return


New Blood Test for skin cancer patients that can helps doctors to reveal the chances of returning aggressive cancer years before the symptoms appear, suggests a recent study, Which Conducted by UK researchers have found a way to test blood for circulating tumour DNA by looking at two genes associated with malignant melanoma, one of the deadliest forms of skin cancer. Do you Read This : Combat Your Dry Skin This Winter With These Amazing Tips.

In Most of the Cases skin cancer was much more likely to return within a year of surgery in patients who had faults in either of the two genes.Lead author Richard Marais from the University of Manchester said, “For some patients with advanced melanoma, their cancer mostly return. We have no accurate tests to predict who these patients will be, so our findings are really supportive.”

“If we can use this tumour DNA test to accurately guess if cancer is going to come back, then it could help doctors decide which patients could benefit from new immunotherapies,” Marais added. These treatments can then lower the risk of the cancer developing

Professor Karen Vousden, chief scientist at Cancer Research UK, said: “Being able to develop an early warning system that will predict if a cancer will return could make a real difference to patients.”Research like this shows that for some cancers, there may be ingenious solutions – such as a blood test.” Do Read : Gingerbread Helps Reduce Arthritis ; Here’s How it Solves Joint Pains

The research appears in the Annals of Oncology journal.

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