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Just for reference - CA-19-9 was posted 04/30/2009 06:48 pm by Anonymous
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I said above that the lower the CA-19-9 then the better. True. For quick reference the normal range typically is up to 37. Some labs consider the normal to be up to 48. It depends on the lab and the assay specifics, but much more than that is out of range and abnormal.

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