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CME : 0.5
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Replacing Tissue Biopsies With a Blood Test: The Technique of Liquid Biopsy is organized by American Medical Association (AMA).

Recorded Date: Oct 03, 2017
End Date: Oct 03, 2020

Duration:
Clinical Review Audio 26 min 31 sec

Accreditation:
MOC/CME Information: 0.5 Credit CME

Description:
Powerful new genetic technologies enable clinicians to detect and sequence tiny amounts of free DNA circulating in blood. DNA gets into blood when cells fall apart. Abnormal DNA from diseased cells can be detected, enabling clinicians to detect cancer or monitor tumor growth by liquid biopsy. In this JAMA Clinical Reviews podcast, we talked with Victor E. Velculescu, MD, PhD, from the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and JAMA medical writer M.J. Friedrich about this new technology.

Educational Objective:
•  To understand how technology used for establishing diagnoses based on analysis of circulating DNA works.

Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.

Target Audience

Oncology

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