NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre and the University of Toronto have developed a new methodology for the early detection of cancer via methylated DNA. Though the results need to be validated in independent samples, the researchers believe the findings could lead to new noninvasive cancer screening tests.

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