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About CUP syndrome

CUP Syndrome


CUP (cancer of unknown primary) syndrome is defined as a cancer for which only metastases but no primary tumour or site of origin are detectable at the end of a diagnostic and clinical work-up.


Comprehensive Genomic Profiling


Comprehensive genomic profiling (CGP) is a promising approach to translating genomic data into clinically useful information. It may help to identify more specific treatment options for patients with CUP.


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