Our lung cancer blood tests can detect how well a patient’s body is responding to their treatment. They detect carcinoembryonic antigens (CEA) which are proteins produced by certain cancers. If these CEA levels remain elevated throughout treatment, then it may be a sign that it has been ineffective.
The body’s response to cancer treatment is unique, depending on the stage and the type of tumor. Looking for raised carcinoembryonic antigen levels is a way to get an insight into whether a cancer is growing or returning after treatment. Our lung cancer blood tests are designed specifically for use by medical professionals only. We supply our testing kits to both NHS and private healthcare providers.
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