SEP 29, 2014 12:10 PM PDT

Scientists May Have Found An Early Sign Of Pancreatic Cancer

WRITTEN BY: Judy O'Rourke


Researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston, looked at 1,500 blood samples and determined people who developed pancreatic cancer had more branched chain amino acids.

[Source: Newsy Science]
About the Author
  • Judy O'Rourke worked as a newspaper reporter before becoming chief editor of Clinical Lab Products magazine. As a freelance writer today, she is interested in finding the story behind the latest developments in medicine and science, and in learning what lies ahead.
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