The new UroAmp test detects mutations in 60 genes. It was tested on samples of a study that tracked the health of more than 50,000 people over 10 years. A total of 40 participants developed bladder cancer over ten years. The research team was able to test urine samples from 29 of these participants and samples from nearly 100 healthy controls.

The test was able to accurately predict the disease in 19 (66%) of the 29 participants who developed bladder cancer – even if samples were taken 12 years before diagnosis.

Source: Ferra

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