Case/UHC/EXACT Sciences Researchers Show Positive Impact of Gene Marker on DNA Stool Test

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Colon Cancer Detection

Researchers at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine and the Ireland Cancer Center of University Hospitals of Cleveland report identifying a new DNA gene marker, vimentin, that was shown in a recent study to be three times more effective in detecting colon cancer than the standard doctor's office test that detects blood in the stool.

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