Breast cancer screening by blood test: What do you think?
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During the Experimental Biology 2022 conference held from April 2 to 5 in Philadelphia, researchers from Clarkson University in New York presented their work on a possible advance in breast cancer screening.
Mammograms are performed as a preventive measure every 2 years and are generally performed on women between the ages of 50 and 74. However, proteins present in the blood were also discovered in the breast milk of a sample of 6 breastfeeding women. This discovery, no longer limited to breastfeeding women, could make screening possible for women of all ages.
This advance may change the way women are screened for breast cancer and allow for earlier diagnosis, improving their survival rate.
What do you think of this scientific breakthrough? Will you get screened more regularly?
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