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Can blood tests detect mesothelioma?

If you are experiencing concerning health problems that could possibly point to mesothelioma, you will want to do as much as you can to understand the nature of the disease and the way that it is treated. Extensive research into mesothelioma as well as other cancers has helped to increase the quality and effectiveness of treatment over the years.

Many forms of cancer can be successfully treated today. But in order for medical professionals to do so effectively, an early diagnosis is paramount. This is why methods of diagnosis are so important for a positive outcome. As well as raising awareness of common symptoms of cancers in the general public, medical professionals need to develop scientific ways to verify the existence of cancer in a patient. Thanks to developments in medicine, there are four blood tests that make it possible to detect mesothelioma before it develops into the later stages.


This tests 13 different biomarkers to test for mesothelioma. Case-control settings showed the test to have excellent diagnostic accuracy.

Human MPF Elisa Kit

The Human MPF Elisa Kit is a test that looks specifically for a protein known as megakaryocyte potentiating factor (MPF). This protein exists within the mesothelin (MSLN) gene.

Fibulin-3 Test

This test can be useful for diagnosing malignant mesothelioma (MM) at the early stages, and it has also been shown to be effective in slowing the progression of the disease.


MESOMARK assay tests work to detect the amount of SMRP (serum-measured soluble mesothelin-related peptide) in blood serum. This can be used for early detection of cancer among those who have a high risk of developing mesothelioma before symptoms are apparent.

Taking early action against mesothelioma

Asbestos exposure is the only known cause of mesothelioma. Therefore, if you have been exposed to asbestos during your lifetime, you may have a higher risk of developing mesothelioma. Taking early tests could help you to assess this risk and gain an early diagnosis so that you can successfully treat the disease.

It can be possible to gain compensation from your employer if you suffer from health problems due to asbestos exposure. Make sure that you take action to understand your rights.

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