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DNA in Urine for Liquid Biopsy of Cancer

Video   Feb 18, 2021 | Taken from TGen, YouTube

 

Urinalysis has long been a staple of physical exams to detect and manage a number of diseases and disorders, but not cancer. What if it were that easy, though, and cancer was detected in its very earliest stages when the disease responds more favorably to treatment and improved outcomes are more likely?

 
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