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Join date: Oct 8, 2021
Aug 15, 2023 ∙ 3 min
The Importance of Being an Engaged Patient with a Rare Cancer
ROS1+ cancer is not a common cancer. It occurs in approximately 2% of non-small cell lung cancers, and occurs with similar frequency in...
Jul 25, 2023 ∙ 2 min
ROS1 fusions, ROS1+ cancer, and entrectinib
ROS1 fusions occur when a portion of the ROS1 gene is swapped (or fused) with a portion of another gene. The fusion gene then produces an...
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