Big Cancer Bill Aims to Increase Biomarker Research and Use | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – A new bill introduced in the US Senate late last week aims to promote the use of biomarkers in cancer research and treatment, to create a network of bio-repositories, and to coordinate an aggressive anti-cancer strategy through research, detection, prevention, and treatment activities.

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