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“This is simply a blood draw.” Analyzing plasma to define gene mutations in breast cancer is less invasive than tissue biopsies.
New tests can detect a common signal across more than 50 types of cancer from tumor DNA in blood.
Researchers developed a new tool, the EPIC-seq, that can diagnose cancer subtypes from patient blood samples.
Things have evolved pretty quickly. First, the non-existent pain in my cancerous rib went from zero to 60 in the middle of a game of golf.
I have been incredibly fortunate to be on a medication for six years and nine months with no growth until recently.
Mixed-size DNA fragments in a blood sample may predict residual cancer as well as MRI scans.
A personalized blood test can detect colon cancer recurrence sooner than scans.
An inside look at five research developments that have the potential to transform the treatment of cancer
Tests for circulating tumor DNA can help predict which patients are more likely to relapse.
The blood test identifies biomarkers that could make patients eligible for targeted therapies.
The FoundationOne CDx test identifies solid tumors with NTRK fusions.
Guardant360 identifies patients with EGFR mutations, which could guide treatment decisions.
New research from UCSF and City of Hope examines limitations in coverage for liquid biopsy genomic testing in cancer care.
A novel liquid biopsy method can detect kidney cancers with high accuracy, including small, localized tumors which are often curable.
Many people with GI cancers are diagnosed only after the disease has spread through the body, so this test could aid in early detection.
A study looked at circulating tumor DNA as a biomarker for health outcomes among women with triple-negative breast cancer.
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