Prostate Cancer: Progress and Promise, Part IV:Circulating Tumor Cells in Prostate Cancer: The Premise and The Promise
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Physicians who wish to advance their current knowledge of prostate cancer.
Describe emerging approaches to evaluating CTCs and potential clinical applications
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Richard J. Lee, MD, PhD
Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Richard Lee is a consultant/advisor for Medivation and Myriad and received research funding from Exelixis.
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