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Although the findings need to be tested further in clinical trials, this could lead to new targeted therapies with fewer toxicities for patients.
Many HIV-associated cancers develop with the help of oncoviruses — some of which are sexually transmitted.
Still unresolved is whether to screen the general population for MGUS, a largely asymptomatic condition usually noted during routine blood testing.
Researchers hope to define what constitutes a functionally healthy microbiome not just in cancer, but across the health spectrum.
While liquid biopsies could prove successful in monitoring treatments, these tests might also find early-stage cancers that, left alone, would never progress.
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FDA Approves Second Biosimilar Since Releasing Labeling Guidance, Despite Patent Protection, Safety ConcernsApr 28,2016
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