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Prospective study of Ct-DNA blood testing and Tumor Mutational burden in Germany

Forums Cutaneous Melanoma Community Prospective study of Ct-DNA blood testing and Tumor Mutational burden in Germany

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    ed williams
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      Small prostective trial of 35 melanoma patients with various types of melanoma including uveal, acral, mucosal, occult and cutaneous getting ipi+nivo were studied for biomarkers that might predict response to check point inhibitors. This is a small trial done in Germany but shows what the future might look like for melanoma patients. https://jitc.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s40425-019-0659-0

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