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Jeffrey Ross, MD, is an assistant professor of pathology and urology at Upstate (photo by Jim Howe)
Jeffrey Ross, MD, is an assistant professor of pathology and urology at Upstate (photo by Jim Howe)

What's the biology of your cancer? Treatment becomes more personalized

More and more, cancer treatment is transitioning from one-size-fits-all toward an era of personalized treatment based on an individual patient's cancer characteristics. Jeffrey Ross, MD, explains what immunotherapy and targeted therapies are, how DNA sequencing is done, and what patients should do if they receive a diagnosis of cancer but it is not known in what part of their body the cancer began. Ross is an assistant professor of pathology and urology at Upstate.
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