Cancer Biomarkers

Cancer biomarkers are natural molecules produced by the body or excrescence in a person with cancer. Biomarker testing helps characterize differences in the excrescence. Biomarkers can be DNA, RNA, protein or metabolomics biographies that are specific to the tumor. Exemplifications of biomarkers include everything from blood pressure and heart rate to introductory metabolic studies and x-ray findings to complex histologic and inheritable tests of blood and other tissues. Biomarkers are measurable and don't define how a person feels or functions.

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