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Cancer biomarkers are molecules or genetic alterations in the body that indicate the presence of cancer or predict its behavior. These biomarkers can be proteins, DNA, RNA, or metabolites found in blood, tissues, or other bodily fluids. They aid in cancer diagnosis, prognosis, treatment selection, and monitoring of disease progression.

  • Biomarker Types
  • Diagnostic Significance
  • Prognostic Indicators
  • Treatment Response
  • Emerging Biomarkers