Tag Archives: Lung cancer

Liquid Biopsy in Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer

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Liquid biopsy analyses are already incorporated in the routine clinical practice in many hospitals and oncology departments worldwide, improving the selection of treatments and monitoring of lung cancer patients. Although they have not yet reached its full potential, liquid biopsy-based ...

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The tumour trail left in blood

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from Nature by Kelly Rae Chi – Liquid biopsies can detect cancer signs from a blood sample, without the need for invasive procedures. But further work is needed before they can become reliable diagnostic tools. A lung biopsy is an ...

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