Precision medicine often looks for biomarkers to predict the best possible outcomes for different cancer treatments. This new study from researchers working with Antonio Giordano at Sbarro Health Research Organization shows how high levels of inflammation and signs of bacterial infection in the bloodstream indicate a poor prognosis for lung cancer treated with immune checkpoint blockade.
The original article is posted by NewsWise and it can be accessed by this link: "Inflammation and Procalcitonin Predict Success, or Not, of Lung Cancer Treatment"
About Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO): The Sbarro Health Research Organization is a non-profit charity committed to funding excellence in basic genetic research to cure and diagnose cancer, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, and related chronic illnesses and to foster the training of young doctors in a spirit of professionalism and humanism (www.shro.org)
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