PGRN Study Finds Biomarkers of Camptosar Response Not Consistent by Tissue of Origin | GenomeWeb

Protein biomarkers of tumor response to Pfizer's chemotherapeutic Camptosar vary according to each tumor's individual properties, rather than to tissue of origin, according to research conducted by members of the Pharmacogenetics Research Network at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The implication is that cancer treatment regimens may be more effective when informed by diagnostic data, as opposed to the traditional method of basing therapy on anatomical location.

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