Biomarkers in Oncology

Biomarkers plays a major role in oncology that are used in clinical research for risk assessment, differential diagnosis, determining nature of tumors, for screening purpose, to determine prognosis and drug dose-response to treatment. Biomarkers can predict behavior of tumor (benign/malignant), drug resistance. Biomarkers can establish the accuracy of diagnosis, can be associated to other investigations to suspect the type of cancer.

·         Cancer Biomarkers in clinical research

·         Diagnosis and treatment

·         Lung Cancer

·         Cervical Cancer

·         Ovarian Cancer

·         Breast Cancer

·         Prostate cancer

·         Testicular Cancer

·         Pancreatic Cancer

·         Colorectal Cancer

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