Clinical Trial Using Proteomics Technologies for Personalized Medicine Approach to Breast Cancer | GenomeWeb

This story originally ran on March 9 and has been updated to provide more details and comment.

A new clinical trial is using proteomics technologies to help guide doctors to make personalized treatment regimens for patients with breast cancer.

The trial, which is funded by the Side-Out Foundation, is being managed by TGen Drug Development, a partnership between the Translational Genomics Research Institute and Scottsdale Healthcare to bring genomics and proteomics discoveries made by TGen and others to the bedside.

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