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Volume 5, Issue 1, March 2016
 


Director's message: Colorectal cancer awareness month
New DNA stool test makes colorectal cancer screening easier for patients.
 
Features
 
Liquid biopsy tracks cancer
A liquid biopsy may help determine treatment options as cancer evolves.
Pill use associated with better ovarian cancer outcomes
Research findings may drive new therapeutic targets for patients with ovarian cancer.
Surgery an option for more patients with pancreatic cancer
Complex tumor removal operations may increase survival in pancreatic cancer.
Stool DNA test good option for cancer screening in remote areas
The colorectal cancer test may offer more effective prevention and control for Alaska Native people.
Mayo Clinic, St. Vincent's collaborate on cancer services
Medical oncology and chemotherapy services will be offered in a new Florida medical suite.
Race may be a factor in colon cancer recurrence
Black people under 50 have more than double the risk of cancer recurrence compared with whites.
Protein may predict response to immunotherapy for melanoma
The discovery of biomarkers of sensitivity to treatment is vital for informing clinical decisions.
Meet the Investigator: Minetta C. Liu, M.D.
Dr. Liu's research focuses on breast cancer and blood-based biomarkers.
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