The next important step is to turn these scientific findings into clinical tests that can be used for early oral cancer detection. American American Association for Dental Research, will Wong research team the first time that she developed a standardized ‘Saliva RNA Test for Oral Cancer ‘ready for clinical application reporting. ‘ ‘Saliva RNA Test ‘has been tested in 100 oral cancer and healthy people, and it was confirmed that four saliva oral cancer RNA biomarkers precision determined oral cancer, will be around 82 percent. This is the first standardized saliva-based test for clinical oral cancer detection and tremendous clinical significance in reducing mortality and morbidity for oral cancer patients, and have been improving their quality of life.
The saliva oral cancer RNA tested signature in over 300 saliva samples from oral cancer patients and healthy individuals, and the signature is always at higher levels in the saliva of oral cancer patients than in saliva from healthy people, with an accuracy rate of about 85 percent.. Currently, the early detection of oral cancer depends on a thorough oral cancer examination, usually by a dentist or other qualified physician to possible signs and symptoms of this disease. Scientists are working on technologies and biomarkers, for the early detection of oral cancer. read more »