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NEW YORK - Treating patients who present with metastatic cancer that has no clear origin (carcinoma of unknown primary) has long been a challenge in oncology, and one for which genomic and other molecular technologies have provided new hope: offering tools to predict where cancers may have originated and how best to treat them in each individual patient. But recent evidence has suggested that CUP patients are failing to benefit significantly even when such tests are implemented.

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