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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – New data this week has added evidence for the value of blood-based cancer testing in non-small cell lung cancer, demonstrating in a cohort of about 300 that comprehensive liquid biopsy — in this case Guardant Health's Guardant360 test — can help identify targeted mutations in more patients than tissue sequencing.

The study also found that patients treated on the basis of blood-based test results respond to treatment similarly to those treated based on tissue test results.

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