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US Policy-Makers Prioritize Liquid Biopsies

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Liquid biopsies have been a priority topic for policy development by US FDA and the broader Obama administration. During the past year, FDA has kicked itself into high gear to provide test-makers with more insight into its thinking and, this summer, the agency approved the first liquid biopsy test.

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