Test Finds Brain Cancer Early?! [Breakthrough]
When it comes to surviving cancer, the earlier you discover cancer, the better the prognosis.
That’s why cancer screening tests are so important.
The problem is that some types of cancers stay hidden for a long time… and others present themselves with vague symptoms that often don’t seem indicative of cancer at all.
Brain cancer is a perfect example. It’s hard to find and has a 5-year survival rate of just 33% percent.
But there’s good news…
A new test can help detect brain tumors MUCH earlier. And it’s nearly 90 percent accurate.
As a doctor, I have a lot of pressure to “get it right.”
When a patient comes to me complaining of stomach pain, I’m supposed to be able to:
- Explain exactly what’s causing it and
- Fix it.
Some conditions—like acid reflux, for example—are pretty cut and dry.
Others aren’t so obvious. And brain tumors unfortunately fit into this category.
When you complain of headaches or memory problems, most people don’t immediately think “brain tumor.”
That’s not the first thought of most doctors, either—and it’s typically not enough to get them to order an expensive brain scan to rule out the possibility.
The problem is that these seemingly innocuous symptoms are often the earliest warning signs that a brain tumor is present.
And every day that goes by allows the tumor to grow larger and become more invasive.
That’s why the 5-year survival rate hovers at just 33%.
But hopefully that’s about to change.
Because researchers have developed a simple blood test that can quickly, accurately, and inexpensively identify the presence of a brain tumor.
The blood test involves using infrared light to create a fingerprint of sorts, and then uses artificial intelligence to scan for cancer.
It’s a bit complicated, but the bottom line is simple: This blood test can detect brain tumors with 87% accuracy.
This will allow doctors to identify which patients warrant undergoing a brain scan… and which ones don’t.
It also means that brain tumors can be diagnosed and treated much faster—which offers the hope of better outcomes.
The test isn’t readily available yet. But stay tuned and I’ll update you when it is.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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And now…for the first time ever… he’s making his medical breakthroughs available to readers all across America.
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D. is one of the most pioneering and innovative minds in medicine today – and he delivers cutting-edge cures each month through his Natural Health Response newsletter.
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