ICYMI: March 10, 2017

Published on March 10, 2017

Updated on November 1, 2019

ICYMI: March 10, 2017

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Gene activity in the nose may signal lung cancer
WEDNESDAY, March 8, 2017 (Fox News) — Genetic changes in the cells lining the inside of the nose might someday help doctors diagnose lung cancer, a recent study suggests.

“The idea that you don’t have to sample the disease tissue but can diagnose presence of disease using relatively accessible cells that are far from the tumor . . . is a paradigm that can impact many cancers,” Dr. Avrum Spira from Boston University School of Medicine, a member of the study team, told Reuters Health by email.

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