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Improving Cancer Patient Care With Professor Mark Lawler

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Precision medicine and immunotherapy could transform cancer treatment, yet there are still challenges to overcome before they are adopted into clinical practice.

In this article, Mark Lawler, professor of digital health, answers your questions about these revolutionary techniques and discusses the barriers to their implementation in the clinic.   Prof. Lawler has an international reputation in cancer research and a focus on developing a molecular understanding of cancer to improve patient care, including through precision medicine.

Download this article to learn more about:

  • The potential of precision oncology and its current limitations
  • Addressing cancer inequalities across the globe
  • The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on cancer diagnostics and treatment

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