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USA–Japan Workshop participants present cutting-edge research on biomarkers for early detection of cancer

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Successful treatment of cancer frequently depends on early detection. However, many cancers are detected late, often after metastasizing to other sites. Participants at the 7th USA-Japan Workshop on Biomarkers for Cancer Early Detection presented cutting-edge research to improve early detection and cancer prevention using advanced biomarkers and radiomics. Their findings and recommendations are published in a special issue of Cancer Biomarkers.

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), the Early Detection Research Network (EDRN), and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development (AMED) hold an annual USA-Japan Workshop on Biomarkers for Cancer Early Detection. The 7th USA-Japan Workshop was held at the Ito International Research Center at the University of Tokyo in January 2020.Read more . . . 


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