DNA Shed From Colon Cancers Into Bloodstream Guide Chemotherapy

DNA Shed From Colon Cancers Into Bloodstream Guide Chemotherapy

A new research study showed that circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) — genetic material shed from tumors into the bloodstream — can identify those stage II colon cancer patients who can most benefit from chemotherapy following surgery. Learn more about this study and how patients will benefit.

Recent Posts
New Blood Test for Cancer The Best Way to Take A Pill, According to Science 8 Ways to Lose Belly Fat and Live a Healthier Life Sunglasses Are More Than Just a Fashion Accessory Liquid Biopsy Detects DNA Markers in Advanced Breast Cancer Within Five Hours Living Better with Brain Cancer New Treatment Protocols for Early Stage Lung Cancer Johns Hopkins Medicine Researchers Awarded Nearly $8 Million from Break Through Cancer Foundation The Importance of Cancer Screening