How to use a histology test to see if you’re a candidate for cancer

The test can tell you whether you’re sick, or even whether you have a cancerous tumour.

It’s also a tool that can be used to help doctors and patients.

The histology tool is called the histology lab test.

It can tell a lot about your health, too.

It tells us what your risk factors are, the type of tumour, the age of your tumour and whether you are an early or late stage tumour patient.

The test is an accurate way of detecting cancer, but not everyone is a cancer patient.

For some, it can reveal a tumour that may not be present.

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There are two types of tests that can give you an accurate diagnosis: an x-ray or a CT scan.

You can get an x or CT scan of your stomach and your liver, but that doesn’t tell you anything about whether you might have cancer.

You also can’t get an MRI scan of the liver and stomach, which is a better way of diagnosing cancer.

The other test you can get is a histologic test.

This is a piece of tissue that is taken from your stomach or your liver and sent to a laboratory for analysis.

You’ll need to have the tissue removed and sent back for analysis, and then a sample of the tissue will be taken and sent for histological analysis.

The results of the histological test will tell you a lot.

For example, the more cancerous your tumours are, you’ll likely have more histological abnormalities.

This can mean that you may have a more aggressive tumour or a tumours that are less likely to cause any harm.

There is a good chance that you’re not a candidate.

You may not have any cancer in your stomach, liver or stomach region, or you may just have a benign tumour which may not cause any symptoms.

This test is only used to identify cancerous or malignant tumours.

However, if you have any other abnormalities that could indicate a different type of cancer, you should be referred to a specialist.

What to look out for When you have your test, you can look for any abnormal changes that could tell you something about your tumouring.

This could be any of the following: bleeding in your abdomen or lower stomach, or on your tummy, neck or cheek