Colon, pancreatic, stomach, or ovarian cancer; it increasingly shouldn’t matter. In an era of precision medicine, the treatment approach should reflect the genetic makeup of the person’s tumor and the presence or absence of key biomarkers.
That ethos was set … Read more
By: Annette McElhiney
Many of you have already read Dr. Maurie Markman’s article “In Ovarian Cancer Advancements, Finding New Biomarkers is Key” posted in the Clearity blog. It provoked me as an ovarian cancer survivor and non-medical professional … Read more
The search for validated, actionable biomarkers may be more important than initiating more phase 3 trials in the field of ovarian cancer, according to Maurie Markman, M.D.
“In the ovarian cancer arena, we have 30 years of history of doing … Read more