Serving China’s Breast Cancer Community
With diagnoses on the rise in China, decentralized genomic tests give physicians and patients access to more tailored breast cancer treatment
Franklin Libenson | | Opinion
Breast cancer is a significant health burden in China, affecting roughly 300,000 women each year (1). As the country’s population grows, this number will continue to rise, fueled in part by advancements in screening technologies that help diagnose breast cancer earlier. As such, the markets for diagnostic testing and newly developed treatments are rapidly growing to meet this new demand.
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