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The Maturation of Blood-Based Diagnostics to Nip Cancers in the Bud: An Interview with Dr. Jimmy Lin

by Rajaneesh K. Gopinath
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The war against cancer is far from over, but modern medicine has made significant progress in winning some critical battles. Thanks to the rise of new modalities, cancer diagnosis and treatment have seen practice-changing advances. Liquid biopsy, the latest entrant to precision oncology, enables the screening of cancer prevalence and detects multiple cancers with a single blood test. However, there is merit in choosing to tackle one cancer at a time using a multi-pronged approach, says Dr. Jimmy Lin, Chief Scientific Officer of Freenome.

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