Frontiers in Cancer Diagnostics: Chipping Away at Cancer - UCTV - University of California Television


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Clinical practice informs basic science research, and that research in turn informs clinical practice. In the field of oncology discoveries in molecular biology and genetics have revolutionized clinical care for patients with cancer. This series begins at the "bench" with Katherine Hyland and Joseph DeRisi describing genomic alterations that occur in cancer cells and how applications of genomic technologies use this information for diagnostic and therapeutic management (#14830)

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