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Neuron specific enolase

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Neuron specific enolase: Measurement of neuron specific enolase levels can help detect and determine the prognosis for some cancers such as neuroblastomas, small cell lung cancers, medullary thyroid cancers, carcinoid tumors, pancreatic endocrine tumors and melanomas.

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