Biomarker, A Preventive Measure to Save Physical and Mental Effects of Late Diagnosis of Disease
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In order to identify fatal illnesses, certain trials or examinations are required. Many facilities are available these days for diagnosing a variety of chronic illnesses, including as cancer, TB, keratin level (dialysis), coronary artery disease, and so on. However, postponing the diagnosis of emergency cases that need immediate treatment can result in negative consequences. The process of early disease detection starts with a particular test, and the subsequent stages are dictated by the positive or negative findings of the test. The terrible reality of modern medical technology is that there is a dearth of cutting-edge doctors who can aid patients in accurately diagnosing their sickness so that it may be treated as soon as possible. As a consequence, HKU researchers created a "Biomarker" that is now extensively used for physicians, epidemiologists, and neuroscientists to evaluate the severity of sickness and provide information on its genesis and treatment. Biomarkers have the potential to turn physicians' and scientists' dreams into reality, allowing clinicians to identify people who are at high risk of illness and take preventive measures to save their lives in a timely manner.