Expert Video - What should newly diagnosed lung cancer patients do if biomarker testing is not offered to them?
Cancer expert Dr. Robert Winn explains the vital importance of patients with suspected non-small-cell lung cancer asking about biomarker testing if it is not offered. Patients have the right to seek a second opinion about their NSCLC diagnosis and request biomarker testing.
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