blood test for ovarian cancer

New blood test for ovarian cancer: A £2 million study will see an advanced test used at GP surgeries in the West Midlands to diagnose early-stage ovarian cancer – potentially saving thousands of lives a year. The project involves Sandwell and West Birmingham (SWB) NHS Trust and Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust (WHT) pairing up with primary care provider Modality and the University of Birmingham, to offer a blood test called ROMA to patients experiencing symptoms of ovarian cancer. Signs of the disease include bloating, stomach pain, needing to wee more often and always feeling full. If they are persistent, severe,

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