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Precision Medicine and Liquid Biopsy: The Future of Diagnosing and Managing Disease

Video   Oct 25, 2017 | Video from City of Hope

 

Dr. Jeffrey Trent and Dr. Muhammad Murtaza of TGen, an affiliate of City of Hope, discuss the significance of liquid biopsies in the diagnoses and management of life-threatening diseases.

 
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