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Circulating tumor DNA: new horizons for improving cancer treatment


Recent cancer progress has been too slow [1,2]. Resistance to current therapeutics represents the major problem [3]. More recent developed technique of circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) [4] detection and subsequently next-generation sequencing (NGS) application in these ‘fluid’ biopsies provides a partial explanation of therapeutic resistance due to the emergence of mutation. This mutational emerging heterogeneity assessment shapes a new roadmap for more effective therapeutic development [3].

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