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Cancer Lab Tests Center

Physicians use many kinds of blood and urine tests to help diagnose cancer, follow its development and monitor a patient's response to treatment. A complete blood count (CBC) is one of the most common blood tests. Tumor marker tests use samples of blood or urine to find substances in the body that may indicate cancer.

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