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Blood Test Flags Multiple Cancers in Large Study

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Blood Test Flags Multiple Cancers in Large Study

JAMA , Volume 323 (22) – Jun 9, 2020

Blood Test Flags Multiple Cancers in Large Study

Abstract

News & Analysis Biotech Innovations Existing Drugs Might Treat COVID-19 cars, and canoe. One man became em- bleeding related to the implanted elec- Drugs already marketed for conditions in- ployed full-time thanks to the arm’s im- trodes. cluding schizophrenia might have potential proved functionality, and patients also re- as treatments for coronavirus disease 2019 portedcompletereliefofphantomlimbpain. Blood Test Flags Multiple Cancers (COVID-19), a Nature study suggests. The...
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American Medical Association
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Copyright 2020 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0098-7484
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1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.2020.9266
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Abstract

News & Analysis Biotech Innovations Existing Drugs Might Treat COVID-19 cars, and canoe. One man became em- bleeding related to the implanted elec- Drugs already marketed for conditions in- ployed full-time thanks to the arm’s im- trodes. cluding schizophrenia might have potential proved functionality, and patients also re- as treatments for coronavirus disease 2019 portedcompletereliefofphantomlimbpain. Blood Test Flags Multiple Cancers (COVID-19), a Nature study suggests. The researchers replaced mechanical in Large Study In laboratory experiments, 10 pharma- components in the patients’ existing pros- A recent study in Science suggests that a ceutical agents that are currently avail- thetic arms with electrical ones that pro- blood test to detect different types of cancer is safe when used with positron able or in development killed severe vide communication between the prosthe- acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 sis and electrodes that were surgically emission tomography–computed tomogra- phy (PET-CT) to confirm the results. The (SARS-CoV-2). But the compounds still implanted in the men’s upper-arm nerves need testing in clinical trials to demon- andmusclesina6-to8-hourprocedure.The researchers emphasized that, if approved for use, multicancer blood tests should be strate safety and efficacy. Additionally, the prosthetic is anchored in bone at the ampu- researchers cautioned that the

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JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Jun 9, 2020

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