I Sensitivity C Reactive Protein for Cancer Diagnostics
What Does the I Sensitivity C Reactive Protein Test Measure?
This simple blood test is a non-specific marker for inflammation, which is a precursor to all chronic, degenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, and cancer.
If you have elevated and ongoing levels of elevated C-Reactive Protein (CRP), your doctor should check you for cancer. CRP is a routine test that you can order from online laboratory services such as Direct Labs without a prescription and then do yourself at your local lab.
What is the CRP Test?
The CRP test is a general marker for inflammation. It is used to determine if someone's symptoms are related to an inflammatory or non-inflammatory condition. The results, along with other findings, can help narrow the possible causes.
The CRP level can also tell if the inflammation is acute (severe and sudden, such as with an allergic reaction) or chronic (persistent, such as with diabetes).
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