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What is the normal amount of tumor marker ca 15-3?
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis
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In brief: Tumor marker ca 15-3
Used mainly to monitor breast cancer; normal level (varies from lab to lab) is usually less than 30 units/ml, but levels as high as 100 u/ml have been seen in women without cancer. Also may be elevated in lung & ovarian cancer and in some non-cancerous conditions, like benign breast conditions and hepatitis.
[american cancer society].

In brief: Tumor marker ca 15-3
Used mainly to monitor breast cancer; normal level (varies from lab to lab) is usually less than 30 units/ml, but levels as high as 100 u/ml have been seen in women without cancer. Also may be elevated in lung & ovarian cancer and in some non-cancerous conditions, like benign breast conditions and hepatitis.
[american cancer society].
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