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Simple urine test being developed to diagnose kidney cancers

Generally kidney cancer produces no symptoms although some do experience back or abdominal pain or blood in urine. A test is being developed which will be able to simply detect if kidney tumours are benign or malignant through a urine test. Currently, the only way to tell is through a biopsy.

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About: Simple urine test being developed to diagnose kidney cancers

Date: 4 June 2004

Author: Dawn Mercer

URL: http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=1918694&nav=0RaPNfMk Source WISTV news

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