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Background: Liquid biopsies have the potential to become an invaluable tool in the management of #cancer.
That’s why, it is important to generate solid evidence to define areas in which they can guide treatment decisions.

@OncoAlert 🚨 #LiquidBiopsies #PrecisionMedicine
Accordingly, this paper by @LizzySmyth1 & team in @myESMO @Annals_Oncology on the prognostic value of longitudinal ctDNA 🧬💉 assessment in #EsophagealCancer #esocsm addresses a very relevant question.
@OncoAlert 🚨 #PrecisionMedicine #LiquidBiopsies…

✅ 97 patients that underwent neo-adjuvant chemotherapy & resection with a total of 245 available samples were identified in 🇬🇧 OCCAMS consortium dataset.

✅ Samples were analysed w a pan #cancer ctDNA panel

@OncoAlert 🚨
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Bird’s-eye view 👁 on what to look out for @WCGIC #WorldGI2020.
Opening remarks on important data 📺 @myESMO - by Dr. Eric Van Cutsem @UZLeuven.
🟩Good to see more #PrecisionMedicine🧬
🟥#Immunotherapy #Immuno-#oncology
🟦TNT & other chemo strategies
@Annals_Oncology #OncoAlert
🆕#ctDNA #liquidbiopsies 🩸🧬
👀 👇🏾at the number of #clinicaltrials cropping up in this space‼️
We have 2🇺🇸studies open. #CRCSM #WorldGI2020
#WORLDGI2020 This is 🆒 ☢️ 32-P EUS-guided implantation in #pancreascancer #PANCSM @myESMO @WCGIC @Annals_Oncology.

Still miles to go. OS median of 16 months pointing again to the systemic nature of disease. Need to piggyback these local approaches to better systemic. #OncoAlert
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In this thread, I will compile my medical illustrations in oncology and #RadOnc.

Many are from textbook w @DanTrifMD…
based on @ARRO_org study guide for board exams.

A picture is worth 1000 words.
Here is oncology in a few pics.
@DanTrifMD @ARRO_org @SpringerNature Starting with pediatrics:
Rhabdomyosarcoma treatment paradigm for cancers of head/neck depends on parameningeal vs non-parameningeal location. PM is an unfavorable site, affects stage. #sarcoma #HNCSM
@DanTrifMD @ARRO_org @SpringerNature CNS/brain anatomy from sagittal view.
Chapter from @cgr0105, Sameer Nath, from University of Colorado
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