Cancer gene test 'would save lives'
Genetic screening of tumours would save lives and would be cost-effective for the NHS, a new study has confirmed.
Lynch syndrome raises the risk of developing cancer, particularly bowel cancer and womb and ovarian cancers.
Teenager Stephen Sutton, who raised millions of pounds for cancer research, had a family history of the syndrome.
"This is a way of improving the health of people with Lynch syndrome who currently don't know they have it," said Dr Tristan Snowsill of the Medical School - University of Exeter.
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