Nichole Tucker


Examining Racial Genomics in Prostate Cancer

August 08, 2020

Although the genomic profiles of African American men with prostate cancer differ from those of European American men, new data show that the frequency of actionable mutations for which targeted therapies exist occurs at a comparable rate in both populations.

ctDNA Identifies Adjuvant MRD Positivity, Relapse in Lung Cancer

May 02, 2020

Results from the Lung TRACERx study, in which the biomarker was found, has the potential to set the stage for future clinical trials that are structured to increase the standard-of-care dosage in patients with non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) who become MRD-positive after surgery.

Expert Discusses Individualized Care for GI Cancers

January 27, 2020

While earlier efforts of precision medicine focused on basket trials, Tanios S. Bekaii-Saab, MD, explained that it’s time for the field of oncology to move on to umbrella trial designs that can better target an individual cancer.