New Test Detects 14 Cancer Types at Stage One, When Most Curable
Cancer is difficult to cure in later stages, so early detection is essential to curing the disease. New research finds an early detection method for many cancers that could significantly improve cancer survival rates.
Cancer Growth May Rely On Metabolic Changes
|Using the GAGs test, patients with undetected cancer showed a 39 to 50 percent lower risk of death, and the test predicted cancer location with 89 percent accuracy.
Francesco Gatto, Ph.D., study author from Chalmers University of Technology told The Epoch Times, GAGs feature structural changes in the blood and urine that appeared to be “a universal signature” across cancer types.
This signature was detectable in very small, stage I cancers.