‘Liquid biopsy’ helps diagnose and track brain cancer
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‘Liquid biopsy’ helps diagnose and track brain cancer

Dion Smyth Lecturer-practitioner in cancer and palliative care, Birmingham City University
Kat Keogh

A chemical that assists brain cancer surgery by making tumour cells fluorescent could also help to safely diagnose the disease and monitor its response to treatment, a study suggests.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 18, 6, 12-12. doi: 10.7748/cnp.18.6.12.s10

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