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Biomarkers in Cancer Screening: Promises and Challenges in Cancer Early Detection.

Cancer continues to be one the leading causes of death worldwide, primarily due to the late detection of the disease. Cancers detected at early stages may enable more effective intervention of the disease. However, most cancers lack well-established screening procedures except for cancers with an established early asymptomatic phase and clinically validated screening tests. There is a critical need to identify and develop assays/tools in conjunction with imaging approaches for precise screening and detection of the aggressive disease at an early stage. New developments in molecular cancer screening and early detection include germline testing, synthetic biomarkers, and liquid biopsy approaches.

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