Taiwanese make test for chemo need in lung cancer patients

Taiwanese researchers report development of a five-gene test for identifying lung cancer patients most in need of chemotherapy, similar to tests for breast cancer and lymphoma. Currently in trials, the test is believed to have the potential of being used in everyday hospital settings instead of requiring special training in genetics to interpret.

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