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Medio no invasivo para cáncer colorrectal ofrece tasas de detección sin precedentes

Los resultados de la investigación de Mayo Clinic presentados en el NEJM podrían cambiar la manera de detectar el cáncer colorrectal  ROCHESTER, Minnesota — 19 de marzo de 2014 — Los resultados de un ensayo clínico sobre el Cologuard revelan tasas sin precedentes de detección tanto del cáncer como de [...]

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Mayo Clinic Trustees Honor New Named Professors

ROCHESTER, Minn. — August 10, 2012.  The Mayo Clinic Board of Trustees recognized three recipients of Mayo Clinic named professorships at a meeting today. Named professorships represent the highest academic distinction for faculty members at Mayo Clinic. David Ahlquist, M.D., a physician in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in [...]

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Mayo Clinic Study Identifies Optimal Gene Targets for New Colon Cancer Test

ROCHESTER, Minn. — April 2, 2012.  A study presented today by Mayo Clinic researchers at the American Association for Cancer Research(AACR) Annual Meeting 2012 in Chicago identified two genes that are optimal targets to be analyzed in a new noninvasive test for colorectal cancer developed by Mayo Clinic, in collaboration [...]

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New Test Offers Greater Accuracy in Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Results of two studies suggest that a new, investigational colorectal cancer screening test developed in a collaboration between Mayo Clinic and Exact Sciences Inc. of Madison, Wis., is highly accurate and significantly more sensitive than other noninvasive tests at detecting precancerous tumors (adenomas) and early-stage cancer. These [...]

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Study Suggests Improved DNA Stool Test Could Detect Digestive Cancers in Multiple Organs

Mayo Clinic researchers have demonstrated that a noninvasive screening test can detect not only colorectal cancer but also the common cancers above the colon — including pancreas, stomach, biliary and esophageal cancers. This is one of more than 100 Mayo Clinic studies being presented at Digestive Disease Week 2009 in [...]

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