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Circulating tumor cells in blood can predict a patient's response to chemotherapy
Date:12/3/2013

along with others in Granada (teams led by Drs. Expsito, Delgado, Czar and Cueto, among others).

Eight Studies

This test on CTCs is one of eight studies the Granada research group is currently carrying out on patients affected by various particularly relevant pathologies in oncology, such as breast cancer, lung cancer, peritoneal carcinomatosis or prostate cancer. These studies have been funded by the Andalusian Regional Government's Health Council, the University of Granada and the pharmaceutical sector.

Due to the importance of this research in applying anti-cancer treatments with greater precision and with fewer side-effects, as well as the importance of CTCs in diagnosing the illness, the work of this GENYO group has caught the attention of the pharmaceutical industry, which habitually collaborates in the carrying out of some of the studies, such as SANOFI, Pangaea, Janssen, Amgen, Ingeniatrix or Roche Farma.


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Contact: José Antonio Lorente
jlorente@ugr.es
34-958-715-500
University of Granada
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