Broad Screening of Blood Clots May Find Cancers Earlier; Analysis Suggests CT Scan Could Boost Detection 21% In Those With Unexplained Masses, Ottawa Health Research Institute Study  
9/15/2008 7:30:06 AM

FRIDAY, Sept. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Doing more thorough screening of people with unexplained blood clots -- particularly in the legs, arms and lungs -- could increase the rate of cancer detection among these people by 21 percent, according to a new research analysis.