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New Liquid Biopsy Data at ASCO Highlights Commercial Push Into Early Cancer Detection

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As the clinical applications for liquid biopsy testing begin to widen in the cancer space, biotech companies have started to further invest in DNA fragmentation- and methylation-based platforms to detect a variety of early-stage cancers.

At the American Society of Clinical Oncology virtual annual meeting last week, some firms presented data on different techniques to analyze a patient’s blood sample for epigenetic modifications, in particular DNA methylation, in their circulating tumor DNA, or ctDNA. Read more . . . 


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