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(CA) Cyfra 21-1; Lung Cancer Marker (L) Test

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Test Name :

(CA) Cyfra 21-1; Lung Cancer Marker (L) Test

Sample Type :

Blood

Gender :

Both

Age group :

All Age Groups

Report Timeline :

Sample by Sun Report by Tue after 7 pm

Pre-test Instruction :

No specific preparation required

This Test Includes :

1 Tests

Price :

₹ 3000

(CA) Cyfra 21-1; Lung Cancer Marker (L) Test Includes:
1 Tests Know More

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A lung cancer marker test is a blood test used to help diagnose and monitor lung cancer. The test measures the levels of certain substances produced by lung cancer cells.

Lung cancer can be difficult to diagnose early because the symptoms are often similar to those of other respiratory conditions, such as bronchitis or pneumonia. A lung cancer marker test is a blood test that looks for the presence of substances that may indicate the presence of lung cancer.

If you are aged 50 to 74 and have a history of smoking, you should have a lung cancer marker test.

You may also need the test if you’re younger than 50 and have smoked for many years or if you have other risk factors for lung cancer, such as exposure to secondhand smoke, radon gas, or asbestos.

  • If you're a smoker, the best way to lower your lung cancer marker test level is to quit smoking. Even if you've been smoking for many years.
  • There are a few lifestyle changes you can make to help lower your lung cancer marker test level. Getting regular exercise and eating a healthy diet can both help reduce your risk of developing lung cancer. 
  • Finally, if you're exposed to secondhand smoke or other carcinogens at work, try to limit your exposure as much as possible. Taking these steps can help lower your lung cancer marker test level and improve your overall health.

Yes, it is completely safe to take Lung Cancer Marker Test.

  • In general, you should avoid eating or drinking anything for at least six hours before the test. This includes water, coffee, tea, and chewing gum.
  • You should also avoid smoking for at least six hours before the test.
  • If you are taking any medications that could affect the test results. Make sure to ask your doctor about any medications you are taking and whether or not you should stop taking them before the test.
  • It is also important to avoid strenuous activity for at least 24 hours before the test. This includes activities such as running, lifting weights, and playing sports.

Fasting is not required for this test, but you should avoid eating or drinking anything other than water for at least two hours before the test. This will help ensure accurate results.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Lung Cancer Marker Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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