How  ‘circular RNA’ research could help cancer patients
Cancer RNA Biomarker

How ‘circular RNA’ research could help cancer patients

Dr. Talia Henkle
Dr. Talia Henkle

In 10 seconds? Will it spread or not? That is the question for many cancer patients. Certain circular RNA molecules could one day help make more reliable cancer diagnoses.

Why are we talking about this? Cancer is most deadly when it spreads–or metastasizes. So, the news that some ‘circular RNA’ molecules could help physicians figure out whether cancer is likely to metastasize or not is important.


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