Standard treatment for advanced colorectal cancer generally involves surgical resection and chemotherapy. However, the recent emergence of targeted therapies, particularly those that inhibit EGFR, has provided treatment options that extend survival for a subset of patients. Unfortunately, this benefit does not extend to patients whose tumors contain mutations in EGFR signaling components KRAS and BRAF, which together represent 50% of all colorectal cancers. This makes characterizing these molecular markers an ...
By Biocept based in San Diego, CALIFORNIA (USA).
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