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Genetic testing can help predict if chemo will work

Researchers say a new genetic test for breast cancer patients may indicate whether standard chemotherapy treatments will work. Their study, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, suggests the key to treating breast cancer may lie in predicting whether a patient will respond to standard therapy based on his or her genetics or the genes [...]
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