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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Investigators are making a case to colleagues in the precision oncology field that their findings in a recent study — showing colorectal cancer patients with HER2 amplification have poor responses to EGFR targeted therapy — should be taken into consideration in clinical practice and could help improve patient care.

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