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... most cancers don't show in your blood work. ... (2 replies)
Blood Test?
Sep 10, 2003
... If i had cancer would it show up in a blood test I did for high blood pressure? ... (6 replies)
... absolutely! cancer does not show up on a blood test unless it is leukemia. ... (2 replies)

... I did not know this. I was under the assumption, too, that if bloodwork was normal, all was ok. Thanks 4 the insight!! (6 replies)
... cancer does not appear in a routine blood test. ... (6 replies)
... I'm thinking no. Maybe specific cancers such as leukaemia does, as that would show an abnormality on the blood cells. ... (6 replies)
... No, cancer per se doens't show up like that. A problem with your white cell count may show up and that would be a trigger for further testing. But no, nothing in a CBC will say "cancer somewhere" but some things may indicate an issue that needs to be investigated. ... (3 replies)
... Or does it show up on every blood test? ... (3 replies)
Colon cancer?
Jun 9, 2011
... Hi, I'm a 26 year old male. My grandma died of stomach cancer recently. Well, I have felt this pain in my right side, it's not severe just a discomfort. Anyway, I got a CT scan and they just found a kidney cyst in my right kidney. ... (6 replies)
... a blood test does not detect cancers. you had several blood tests during chemo because chemo kills the bad cells in your body but it also kills the good, that is why you always needed blood tests to see where your cell counts were before they proceeded with the nest treatment. ... (8 replies)
... I'm not sure. Something may come up that is a cause for concern , be it low blood cells or something. I don't think anything stands out directly after a test is done and they say "you have cancer" without running other tests. ... (3 replies)
Blood tests
May 30, 2006
... The answer to your question, Gel, is a definite "maybe. ... (7 replies)
... Since it is not highly sensitive or specific, the CA 27.29 test can go up for reasons other than metastasis, resulting in false positives, and it may not go up when there is metastasis, resulting in false negatives. The CA 27. ... (8 replies)
... My friends always used to try and convince me of this when I would get bloodwork that would come out normal despite the fact I felt like crap. ... (9 replies)
... I am a 21 year old male, For the last two months i have been getting tested for cancer due to having multiple swollen lymph nodes measuring over 1cm in diameter throughout my body which are all painless and hyperechoic in nature. ... (0 replies)
... I have a lot of symptoms. 2008 it was discovered a low ejection rate on gallbladder, I kept it and I managed just fine. ... (0 replies)
... Thanks for replying. Do you know if there has been enough data to show that stem cell transplants actually work in Myeloma patients? ... (4 replies)
... Hi Mel Thanks very much for your reply - I'm having an ultrasound tomnorrow so hopefully that will shed some light on things. As regards to the blood work - I said to the doctor that I didn't think there was a test that could determine cancer and he said that whilst that is true, if I did have some kind of cancer there was a 90% certainty that something would show up in... (8 replies)
... His acid reflux has not been a issue for him in a year or so. It used to be really bad. When the dr did the scope he even commented that he saw nothing to cause the weight loss. ... (15 replies)
... I am sure that all these tests and the uncertainties are beginning to get to you. The honest answer about lung cancer is that it often has no symptoms. ... (4 replies)

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