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NEW YORK – Even though the COVID-19 pandemic significantly reduced new cancer diagnoses and challenged clinical trial operations globally in 2020, a record number of new precision oncology drugs came to market, the US Food and Drug Administration approved the first next-generation sequencing liquid biopsy tests, and the field became more comfortable with telehealth and decentralized studies.

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