Saliva Test for microRNA could Detect Oral Cancer

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This activity involves reading a short news story discussing a study that examined microRNAs in saliva as oral cancer biomarkers and answering two multiple choice questions.

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This activity involves reading a short news story discussing a study that examined microRNAs in saliva as oral cancer biomarkers and answering two multiple choice questions. Upon completing the activity, participants should be able to discuss the results of this study and review its relevance and significance in the broader context of clinical care.

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