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Blood test could help detect cancer in people with nonspecific symptoms

Study finds test works on people with concerning signs such as unexplained weight loss or fatigue

Scientists have developed a blood test that could help detect cancer in people with nonspecific symptoms such as unexplained weight loss or fatigue.

If validated, the test could enable cancer patients to be identified earlier, when they are more likely to respond to treatment, and help flag up who could benefit from early access to drugs designed to tackle metastatic cancer. The test can also tell if the disease has spread.

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