UCSD Molecular Tumor Board Aids Patient Care Decisions in Age of NGS Tests | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Academic medical centers that have begun incorporating next-generation sequencing-based tests for cancer patients often rely on molecular tumor boards to help interpret the results in the context of other clinical features, such as the patient's medical history and pathology results. Tumor boards are not new in cancer care and are a common tool used to discuss complicated cases, patients with rare cancer, or patients without an obvious course of treatment.

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