In recent time, scientists from the QUB (Queen’s University Belfast) advanced a test that might be able to discover ovarian cancer almost 2 Years prior than current approaches. The researchers found that the occurrence of four proteins together that is called a biomarker panel, which hints the chances of EOC (Epithelial Ovarian Cancer)—a type of ovarian cancer. By utilizing these biomarkers the scientists then developed a preliminary examination test that might be capable of detecting ovarian cancer at least 2 Years before present detection tests. The study was conducted in collaboration with the University of Milan, the UNSW (University of New South Wales Australia), the UMAN (University of Manchester), and UCL (University College London).
The research was reported in the British Journal of Cancer and involved the investigation of blood samples of almost 80 people across a 7-Year period. Dr. Bobby Graham—from the QUB—explained, “First of all, we determined that the occurrence of the biomarker panel would allow us to spot EOC. We then advanced a screening test to identify this biomarker panel, making this a comparatively simple diagnostic test. There is an algorithm designed that will check the blood sample and indicate any anomalous levels of the proteins linked with cancer.” Most of the ovarian cancers are EOC, which is a type of cancer that is formed in the tissue sheathing the ovary. Reportedly, in the U.K., ovarian cancer is the sixth major cancer.
On a related note, recently, scientists explored how diabetes can surge the risk of cancer. For many years, researchers have been attempting to solve a mystery, why do people having type I or type II diabetes have a higher risk of developing some kinds of cancer. In the recent time, researchers found that DNA sustains additional damage and gets fixed very less often while blood sugar levels are high than when blood sugar is normal or healthy level, therefore surging the individual’s cancer risk.
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