Review Article - Journal of Medical Oncology and Therapeutics (2023) Volume 8, Issue 4
Liquid biopsy: Decoding cancer in blood.
Cancer is that awful tsunami which we all get intimidated to face when we are suspected to be suffering from it and is the last word we expect to hear from the doctor’s mouth. The world we live in, suddenly changes and the people we share it with begin to illuminate things we did not even pay attention to. The long standing fight against this so called dreadful tornado in medical science has been based upon improving innovative but less invasive screening programs and methodologies for early detection of cancer. We cannot direct the wind but we can adjust the sails. In other words, there is much less to be done to avoid the onset of this tsunami but a lot can be done to prevent the aftermath. The sooner cancer is diagnosed and treated, the better a person's chance for a full recoveryAuthor(s): Abhishek Mohanty