Cancer

AFP is a type of tumor marker that are often made by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to cancer. High levels of AFP can be a sign of cancer of the liver, ovaries or testicles.However, other conditions that aren't cancer. can increase AFP levels. Hence, this test can't rule out cancer for sure. Other tests should be done to fully diagnose.
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This test may be used to monitor certain cancers during and after treatment and to check for cancer recurrence. In addtion, this test may look for early signs of ovarian cancer in people with a very high risk of the disease. Some conditions can increase the level of this protein that aren't cancerous, such as menstruation and uterine fibroids. Certain cancers may also cause an increased level of CA 125, including ovarian, endometrial, peritoneal and fallopian tube cancers.
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CA 15-3 test can help a healthcare professional monitor the treatment or check for breast cancer recurrence. It also can be a useful test to show whether a tumor is spreading or decreasing in response to treatment. People with early stage or localized breast cancer, only less than 50% of these cases will involve elevated CA 15-3 levels.
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The CA 19.9 quantitative test is indicated to screen for abnormalities related to the pancreas, bile in the body
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Cancer antigen CA72-4 is a tumor marker found to be elevated in a variety of human malignant tumors, such as ovarian, gastrointestinal (i.e. stomach, colon and small bowel) and pancreatic cancer. It is also used for the management of metastatic and recurrent cancer to assess response to antitumor therapy.
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Calcitonin is a hormone made by your thyroid that helps control how the body uses calcium. Calcitonin is alsoa type of tumor marker made by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to cancer in the body. A calcitonin test is most often used to diagnose, evaluate the effectiveness of treatment or find out the reoccurence of medullary thyroid cancer.
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Carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) is a protein of the developing fetus. CEA levels gradually decrease or disappear after birth. In adults, abnormal CEA levels can indicate cancer. Smoking can also increase CEA. The test helps monitor the treatment and check for recurrence of cancers of the colon, thyroid gland, rectum, lung, breast, liver, pancreas, stomach, and ovaries.
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CYFRA 21-1 is useful as a tumor marker, especially for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) along with CEA and SCC, and other epithelial tumors such as bladder cancer. This elevation in tumors may be due to cell lysis, releasing cell contents to the blood.
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PSA is a protein made by your prostate in the male reproductive system. Most PSA in the blood is bound to serum proteins. A small amount is not protein bound and is called free PSA. In men with prostate cancer the ratio of free (unbound) PSA to total PSA is decreased. The lower the ratio the greater the probability of prostate cancer.
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PSA is a protein made by your prostate in the male reproductive system. Most PSA in the blood is bound to serum proteins. A small amount is not protein bound and is called free PSA. In men with prostate cancer the ratio of free (unbound) PSA to total PSA is decreased. The lower the ratio the greater the probability of prostate cancer.
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