Nobel Prize-winning technology may enable delivery of up to 12x the standard doxorubicin dose

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A mainstay of cancer treatment, doxorubicin is used as a standalone agent or in combination therapies, on-label and off, in at least 14 cancer types, including breast cancer, non-small cell lung cancer, and Wilms tumor. 

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NCI has selected Exact Sciences Corp.’s testing laboratory in Phoenix, AZ to participate in the ComboMATCH clinical trials, an NCI-funded precision medicine initiative. As a ComboMATCH-designated lab, Exact Sciences will use its new OncoExTra test to analyze tumor tissue and paired normal blood samples from patient participants and uncover the specific abnormalities in a patient’s tumor that may be most effective to treat.