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the act of examining carefully

a close or systematic study

a medical inquiry into a patient's state of health

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a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

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a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)

the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned

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To continue bringing down the death rate for colorectal cancer and avoiding preventable deaths, the Colorectal Cancer Detection Act of 2018 will help remove barriers that are preventing individuals from accessing colorectal cancer screeningsspecifically, costs and issues related to health insurance coverage.
CTCs enable the earliest possible cancer detection, as they are precursors to circulating tumor cell DNA (ctDNA) biomarkers.
The acquisition includes an extensive library of related clinical data with important implications on future cancer detection research and patents, as well as VuCOMP's key personnel and existing customer base.
Some physicians feel shy to ask their female patients for screening exams for breast cancer detection, which is nonprofessional attitude causing health trouble among female patients, she said and advised the female citizens to eat proper food, do exercise regularly and get their breast cancer screening done annually to live a healthy life.
The cancer detection rate decreased from 39% to 15% as long as prostate volume increases.
The WCRF produced global league tables for the highest rates of cancer detection among men, women and the total population combined.
The single largest barrier to using circulating DNA for cancer detection is the amount of circulating undegraded DNA that can be isolated is low, making it unsuitable for currently available assay technologies.
Under terms of the agreement, SpectRx plans to contract manufacture for MacKay 1,000 Biofield Breast Diagnostic Systems, and MacKay plans to purchase a specified minimum number of SpectRx's LightTouch[TM] Non-invasive Cervical Cancer Detection Devices and associated single-patient-use disposables.
9,052,318, is for breast cancer detection using absorbent paper.
M2 PHARMA-June 12, 2015-Atossa Genetics wins US Patent for breast cancer detection using absorbent paper
Around that time, we reported improved cancer detection during repeat biopsy using an office-based saturation biopsy strategy.
A new cancer detection system will soon give Simi Valley Hospital patients what officials believe is much to look forward to: lower costs, shorter stays and a lower risk of complications.
Hologic also distributes complementary products manufactured by other companies, including Esaote's extremity MRI imaging systems, a jointly-labelled breast ultrasound imaging system with Aloka, computer-aided detection software for breast cancer detection with R2 Technology and iCAD, and breast biopsy systems with Suros Surgical Systems and Ethicon Endosurgery, a subsidiary of Johnson & Johnson.
With expected production capacity of 20 thousand breast cancer detection kits, 30 thousand gastric cancer detection kits and 30 thousand liver cancer detection kits each year.
Verisante Technology Inc (TSXVENTURE:VRS)(OTCQX:VRSEF)(PINKSHEETS:VRSEF), a company involved in cancer detection technology, has announced today that it has renewed its Collaborative Research Agreement with BC Cancer Agency.