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Tests and scans are used to diagnose cancer and to see how you’re doing during and after treatment. In this section you can find out more about some of these tests, why they’re done and what to expect.
Whatever the reason for the test or scan, it can be a really scary and difficult time. Finding out more about what a test involves and what it’s really going to be like can be helpful and hopefully reduce your fears.
If you’re looking for information about which tests you might have for a specific cancer, have a look at the information for your type of cancer|.
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