Biomarker testing is a way to look for genes, proteins, and other substances (called biomarkers or tumour markers) that can provide information about cancer. Each person’s cancer has a unique pattern of biomarkers. Some biomarkers affect how certain cancer treatments work. Some biomarkers influence the efficacy of specific cancer therapies. The best cancer treatment for you and your needs may be determined by biomarker testing. There are also other kinds of biomarkers that can help doctors diagnose and monitor cancer during and after treatment. Biomarker testing is for people who have cancer. People with solid tumours and people with blood cancer can get biomarker testing.
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