5 Drivers of Companion Diagnostics Research
List Oct 01, 2019
Companion diagnostic tests are co-developed with their “companion” therapy and aim to aid medical decision-making by revealing which patients are (and are not) likely to respond well to a particular treatment. They can also be used to monitor a patient’s response to therapy.
The companion diagnostics market is growing rapidly, and this list details five main drivers of the field.
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- How can adaptive trial designs help?
- What is the “All of Us Research Program”?
- What technology is behind companion diagnostic tests?
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