Liquid Biopsy: The Future of Cancer Detection in Dogs?

Liquid Biopsy: The Future of Cancer Detection in Dogs?

Liquid biopsy refers to testing blood, urine, or other body fluids to identify disease markers. This technology can detect DNA fragments released by tumors or proteins associated with various tumor types and is widely used for cancer screening in humans.

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