On the basis of the results of magneto-optical studies and their comparison with the outcome of medical tests magneto-optical MOCB and tPSA serum markers of cancer/recovered patient are presented. Status of the cancer serum donor is recognized as presence of the laevorotatory optical active molecules of (-)p density in serum while status of the recovered donor is recognized as quantitative domination of the dextrorotatory (+)p molecules in serum. These molecular information carriers (-)p and (+)p are recorded by the magneto-optical circular birefringence MOCB effect in B2 magnetic field. The laevo/dextrorotatory carriers are enantiomers in the case of (-)p = (+)p relations fulfilled for any individual cancer and the same recovered patient. The positive predictive value PPV of MOCB results is 100%.
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