Expert Video - What if I have already had a biopsy and my tumor was not tested for biomarkers?
Robert Winn, MD, of Virginia Commonwealth University, explains that even without biomarker testing for non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC), the standard of care can provide effective treatment. However, he advocates for talking with your doctor about biomarker testing before any biopsies or procedures are done to diagnose NSCLC.
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