Role of Biomarker in Cancer care

Cancer A biomarker is a chemical or interaction that indicates the presence of cancer in the body. A biomarker could be an atom released by a tumour or the body's express reaction to the presence of cancer. Hereditary characteristics, epigeneticglycomic, and imaging biomarkers can all be utilised to investigate cancer transmission, endpoint, and perception. Most biomarkers can be examined in non-obtrusively collected bio fluid such as serum and blood.

Treatment of Biomarkers in cancer care:


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