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I have an MTHFR antibody and am being tested for

I have an MTHFR antibody and am being tested for anticardiolipin panel ana anti-beta2 glycoprotein (G A M) (SP, COAG ONLY Factor V Mutation (Leiden) anti phosphatidylserine Had tia May 1995 Are they looking for some type of cancer. Isnt there a blood test to tell if you have cancer? I am diabetic
Fri, 9 Nov 2018
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