NCRI 2018 | ctDNA measurement via liquid biopsy: improving cancer detection and diagnosis

Pierre-Jean Lamy

Pierre-Jean Lamy, PharmD, PhD, of the Medical Institute of Genomic Analysis, Montpellier, France, discusses recent developments around the use of circulating tumor (ct)DNA as a biomarker, providing a non-invasive substitute for biopsies. Speaking at the 2018 National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference, held in Glasgow, UK, Dr Lamy discusses the limitations, next-steps and exciting new developments in the application of ctDNA in the detection and diagnosis of cancer.

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