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Cancer ‘smoke alarm’ could aid early diagnosis

By Reuters
15 Oct 2016   |   12:00 pm   |   2m 9s
Scientists in Britain hope a simple blood test could one day act as a 'smoke alarm' for early detection of cancer by spotting mutated blood cells that could indicate the disease at a very early stage.


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