Blood Test Might Spot Pancreatic Cancer Early, Study Finds

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But not early enough to make a big difference in survival rates, an expert says



Sat May 18, 2013 06:37 PM

If the cure rate is 20%....let's see I'm smart.  That's a lot better than 5%...Ya Dig!

Wed Jun 26, 2013 05:49 PM

Agreed it has to be better to find it at stage 1 then 4 just saing I agree with noriud

Thu Jul 18, 2013 09:24 PM

The AMAS blood test was approved by the FDA in 1972 ever hear of it? Probably not. Its a cancer preventitive test that can detect cancer as much as 9 years in advance.

Oncolab will send a free test kit for you to take to your doctor. The test runs $165 in addition to your doctor's office charges for drawing blood. Call 1-800-9CATest for a test kit and information. 



A new blood test can determine if you have cancer 5 to 7 yrs in advance.

For more information onOncoBEAM blood testingand the BEAMing technology refer tohttp://www.clinical.inostics.comor

Cancer can now be detected YEARS BEFORE conventional methods such as, biopsies or mammograms. To find out more about this simple (harmless) blood test - watch this video and share it with anyone concerned about cancer testing or treatment options.





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