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Complexities of Precision Medicine: Managing Multiple Rx/Dx Combos in the Same Class

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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What happens when multiple targeted therapies are approved by FDA, each with a unique companion diagnostic for the same biomarker? The health care system is ill-equipped to deal with that scenario, putting patients at risk if the wrong test is used to guide a treatment decision. Industry has one solution: an analytical comparison of various diagnostic assays, starting with the anti-PD-L1 immunotherapy class.

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