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Biomarkers are any measurable substance in the body whose presence (or absense) can indicate underlying conditions or illnesses.

An example of this would be glucose (sugar), which is present in a person’s blood. Measuring an abnormal level of blood glucose can help with the diagnoses of diabetes.

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