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I recently heard something about CEA values or tumour markers from a friend of mine who had breast cancer a long time back, and gets this checked every once in a while to make sure she is still free from cancer. So that made me curious; what is a normal CEA value? And at what point does it become suspicious? Can CEA values actually pinpoint the type of cancer you may have?

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The normal range 4 CEA in an adult non-smoker is 2.5ng/ml and 4 a smoker 5.0ng/ml. At what point does it become suspicious, well, that would take 4ever to answer as there are different CEA levels 4 different cancers. So yes, by reading the level of your CEA doctors will know what type of cancer u may have.
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