Liquid Biopsies in Cancer
Infographic Oct 26, 2020
A liquid biopsy involves the sampling and analysis of bodily fluids, such as blood, urine, or saliva, to look for signs of cancer or other diseases.
Interest in the use of liquid biopsies to revolutionize cancer care is growing, with hopes that they could be developed as reliable and practical screening and monitoring tools for a range of cancers.
Download this infographic to explore:
• What liquid biopsies can tell us
• How liquid biopsies compare to traditional surgical biopsies
• Challenges in liquid biopsy development
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