‘Marker’ in the blood could tell if you’ll be dead in five years

‘Marker’ in the blood could tell if you’ll be dead in five years
 

The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, found that a marker known as IL-6 is more accurate in assessing the risk of mortality, both short and long-term, than the previously used ?-1-acid glycoprotein (AGP).
Lead author Professor Archana Singh-Manoux, from University College London, said:
“Omics technologies are exciting, as they allow the concurrent assessment of many biomarkers, some of which may turn out to be important to detect preclinical states of diseases or be markers of future disease.” 
The CMAJ study included data collected between 1997 and 1999 on 6545... read more

 
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