Broad Recommendation for Molecular Testing Could Help Doctors Personalize Lung Cancer Care | GenomeWeb

Originally published April 8.

Formal guidelines from professional medical societies now recommend that all patients with advanced lung adenocarcinomas should be tested for alterations in EGFR and ALK genes, which can help doctors then decide whether these patients will benefit from certain targeted tyrosine kinase inhibiting drugs.

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