NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Results of a prospective trial published this week have provided strong evidence that circulating tumor DNA can be used to identify stage II colorectal cancer patients who are highly likely to recur after a surgical tumor resection, helping to better distinguish which patients may need adjuvant chemotherapy treatment and which may avoid it.

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