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Simple blood test can spot 50 types of cancer

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Eldorado

"A simple blood test can check for more than 50 types of cancer, often before any signs or symptoms, scientists say.

"It could help diagnose tumours sooner, when they are easier to treat and, ideally, cure, experts hope.

"More than 99% of positive results are accurate, the team says, but it will be crucial to check it does not miss cases and provide false assurance.

"Doctors are using it in trials with patients but more studies are needed, they say in Annals of Oncology."

Full report at the BBC: Link

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19_Kilo
4 hours ago, Eldorado said:

"A simple blood test can check for more than 50 types of cancer, often before any signs or symptoms, scientists say.

"It could help diagnose tumours sooner, when they are easier to treat and, ideally, cure, experts hope.

"More than 99% of positive results are accurate, the team says, but it will be crucial to check it does not miss cases and provide false assurance.

"Doctors are using it in trials with patients but more studies are needed, they say in Annals of Oncology."

Full report at the BBC: Link

Uh, this isn't Theranos again, is it?

Elizabeth...is that you?

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Festina
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Butcher poison and radiate.  $$$$$ 

Then death comes.

Human sacrifice to an evil incalculably malevolent bloodthirsty entity that keeps them powerful and wealthy as long as it feeds the parasite.  It all started with circumcision, animal slaughter and at last sacrificial wars that spread through the entire planet like a plague.  All this began in Egypt during the 18th dynasty with a rogue Egyptian high priest named Osarseph and continues to this very day. 

Not much available on this subject but the fragments that survived provide some evidence.  As always, the important works have been “lost” which is their code for destroyed.  

Moses

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Osarseph

Cancers come and go.

The meaning and roots of pharmacy.  

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmakos

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmakon_(philosophy)

 

 

 

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11 hours ago, Festina said:

Butcher poison and radiate.  $$$$$ 

Then death comes.

Human sacrifice to an evil incalculably malevolent bloodthirsty entity that keeps them powerful and wealthy as long as it feeds the parasite.  It all started with circumcision, animal slaughter and at last sacrificial wars that spread through the entire planet like a plague.  All this began in Egypt during the 18th dynasty with a rogue Egyptian high priest named Osarseph and continues to this very day. 

Not much available on this subject but the fragments that survived provide some evidence.  As always, the important works have been “lost” which is their code for destroyed

What exactly does Human sacrifice to an evil entity have to do with a Cancer Blood Test?          

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Festina
2 hours ago, joc said:

 

What exactly does Human sacrifice to an evil entity have to do with a Cancer Blood Test?          

Never mind. I have the desire, but I just don’t have the time .....

Peace. 

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joc
2 hours ago, Festina said:

Never mind. I have the desire, but I just don’t have the time .....

Peace. 

Really?  Do tell...

What exactly is it that has you so busy?  Must take a lot of 'work' to keep your mind closed tightly against Rational Thought.  :)

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