Doctors try to make sense of cancer's genetic jumble

CHICAGO (Reuters) – Not too long ago, knowing the organ where a cancer first takes hold was generally all a doctor needed to determine what treatments to use. Not anymore. Advances in understanding cancer at the molecular level mean doctors can better select the drugs that will most help individual patients. To do so, they must identify which genetic mutations are driving the growth of a patient …

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Doctors try to make sense of cancer's genetic jumble


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