However, it seems like an interesting avenue for increasing the size of the screening population but then false positives become a serious problem within a low risk population.
At some point in the future we may understand more about what markers to look for in the blood and this may change but as of yet there are no "promising" results. Maybe I'm nitpicking but the concept of liquid biopsy is exciting and I hope it's something that humanity figures out how to do!
I was interested in the FP rate theoretically just cause it would be interesting to understanding the screening watchful waiting type approach vs what we have now.
Fo anyone interested, we reviewed it including a comparison to other Go based wf tools (the number is obviously growing):
Your email knows how much you do of many of those things.
That said I always wondered if HID devices and mobile phones could be used to detect early symptoms of Parkinson’s and other neural or neuromuscular syndroms.