ASCO 2017: Myriad's MyRisk; Nanobiotix' NBTXR3; Chronix' CNI Test; Sirtex SIR-Spheres; ANGLE’s Parsortix CTC Harvester
Over 30,000 oncologists and other health professionals attended the 2017 American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting in Chicago, June 2-6. This year's meeting included several presentations on emerging cancer diagnostic and device treatment strategies, including genetic tests, liquid biopsy systems, radioenhancers, and microspheres intended to improve chemotherapy outcomes.
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