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June 03, 2019
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A Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Reference Material

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About 10-50 percent of Non-small-cell lung cancers have one of several activating EGFR driver mutations that have been clinically validated as therapeutic biomarkers for anti-EGFR drugs. Identifying these driver mutations through liquid biopsies is a promising alternative to traditional biopsies; however, the precision of mutation analysis for some of these targets remains a challenge.

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