Seropositivity to tumour antigens as a potential new biomarker for melanoma relapse - European Medical Journal

Seropositivity to tumour antigens as a potential new biomarker for melanoma relapse

Oncology
At the European Cancer Congress (ECC) 2015, Paul Nathan, MB.BS, BSc (Hons), BA, PhD, FRCP, of Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, Northwood, UK, discusses a study that was designed to determine whether seropositivity to a panel of tumour antigens was associated with a risk of relapse in patients with stage II and III melanoma.

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