Global Oncology Academy

Exploring Emerging Advancements in Early Cancer Detection

Exploring Emerging Advancements in Early Cancer Detection
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Could technological developments like multi-cancer early detection (MCED) help improve cancer care and save lives?

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    Despite significant advancements in therapeutics, the oncology community has not yet been able to declare victory in the “war on cancer.” In fact, about 40 percent of Americans receive a cancer diagnosis in their lifetime, amounting to over 600,000 American deaths on average every year or nearly 1,700 loved ones a day. But could hope be on the horizon thanks to technological developments like multi-cancer early detection (MCED)? Find out with Dr. Paul Doghramji and Dr. Joshua Ofman, a public health services researcher as well as the Chief Medical Officer and Head of External Affairs at GRAIL.

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