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A filter-flow perspective of hematogenous metastasis offers a non-genetic paradigm for personalized cancer therapy

bioRxiv

Nov 7, 2013

Jacob G ScottPhilip Gerlee

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Translational Relevance Since the discovery of circulating tumor cells (CTC), we have struggled for ways to use them to inform treatment. The only currently accepted method for this is a ‘more is worse’ paradigm by which clinicians measure CTC burden before and after treatment to assess...read more

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A filter-flow perspective of hematogenous metastasis offers a non-genetic paradigm for personalized cancer therapy

bioRxiv

Nov 7, 2013

Jacob G ScottPhilip Gerlee

PMID: 990000125

DOI: 10.1101/000125

Abstract

Translational Relevance Since the discovery of circulating tumor cells (CTC), we have struggled for ways to use them to inform treatment. The only currently accepted method for this is a ‘more is worse’ paradigm by which clinicians measure CTC burden before and after treatment to assess...read more

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Tumor Cells, Uncertain Whether Benign or Malignant
Research
Classification
Circulatory System
Lung
Blood Flow
Organ
Evaluation
Cancer Treatment
Site
9
3

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