Tumour biomarkers


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NAME

Tumour biomarkers

DESCRIPTION

Tumour biomarkers is a term used to describe many different potential markers of cancer development and progression. These markers can come in many forms – for example, proteins, biochemicals, DNA and RNA – and ideally they should be specific to a particular type of cancer and not present in normal tissues or in healthy individuals.

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