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NEW YORK – Although liquid biopsy — mostly circulating tumor DNA assays — is increasingly being investigated for early-stage cancer, the jury remains very much out on whether it can actually improve patient outcomes by guiding the right individuals to adjuvant therapies or helping them avoid unnecessary treatments.

However, a report published earlier this month in Nature Cancer has added important new evidence that this might be possible, in at least some settings.

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