Genome-Based Diagnostics: Demonstrating Clinical Utility in Oncology
Publisher: National Academies Press 2013
Number of pages: 100
Genome-Based Diagnostics assesses the evidentiary requirements for clinical utility of molecular diagnostics used to guide treatment decisions for patients with cancer; discusses methodologies related to demonstrating these evidentiary requirements that meet the needs of all stakeholders; and considers innovative, sustainable research collaborations for generating evidence of clinical utility involving multiple stakeholders.
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