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With the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approving an increasing number of targeted therapies and hundreds more in late-stage oncology pipelines close behind, pharmaceutical companies are racing to bring cancer patients drugs tailored to the molecular profile of their tumors, otherwise known as precision medicine. Hitting the right target in precision medicine, however, is fraught […]
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