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colorectal cancer treatment determined by genetic make-up

  May, 15 2001 0:33
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Genes can determine chemotherapy program for colorectal cancer patients

Testing the tumors of advanced colorectal cancer patients can determine whether patients who have already failed a round or more of chemotherapy would benefit from further chemotherapy, according to a study by USC/Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center oncologists presented this weekend at the American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting.

Jon Weiner
University of Southern California

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