Blood Test for Breast Cancer Possible by Looking at Isotopes, Study Reports

Blood Test for Breast Cancer Possible by Looking at Isotopes, Study Reports
Detecting and monitoring breast cancer may one day be performed through a simple blood test, a new study suggests, showing that measuring naturally occurring carbon and nitrogen isotopes can help to reveal the presence of cancer cells. The study, “13C and 15N natural isotope abundance reflects breast cancer cell metabolism,” published in Scientific Reports, was developed at

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