New biomarkers and therapeutic target discoveries in molecular oncology
4 monthes ago - By Healio
A number of significant advances in molecular oncology have come to light in recent weeks, providing new knowledge for understanding immunotherapy response, immune evasion, metastasis, radiosensitization, PARP inhibitor action and relapse of small cell lung cancer, among other areas. Here is an overview of discoveries that may be of particular interest to the clinical oncology community.
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