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Liquid Biopsy On Course To Transform Cancer Management

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Liquid biopsies look set to revolutionize the management of cancer patients.  A significant application could come in immuno-oncology, given the rapid uptake of IO drugs and the need to monitor changes in a patient’s immune profile over time to guide therapy selection.

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