About WCFCD2 / WAP FOUR-DISULFIDE CORE DOMAIN:
The WCFCD2, also called the HE4 protein, is a protein tumor marker for epithelial ovarian cancer. Epithelial ovarian cancer is cancer that affects the ovarian cells. It is the most common type of ovarian cancer accounts for approximately 85% of ovarian cancer. The WCFCD2 test is beneficial to women who have epithelial ovarian cancer. It tests and monitors the onset, progress, and clearing of cancer. It is challenging to discover the onset of cancer as it is primarily asymptomatic. It requires further analysis and diagnosis to determine the root cause of the problem. The test will also help you know the extent of ovarian cancer in your body and which measures you need to take. WCFCD2 is a crucial medical advancement in technology.
You do not need any prior preparations to take the WCFC2 test. Once you have your appointment, they will only need a small blood sample to test for the HE4 protein that originates from the pulmonary epithelial cells.