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NCCN guideline on occult cancer show immunohistochemistry is "rapidly changing"

from Medscape Medical News

The addition of new markers that add "a lot more breadth and depth" to immunohistochemical microscopy for the attempted diagnosis of cancer of an unknown primary origin is the major change in the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN)'s guideline for these occult tumors. Immunohistochemical microscopy is "rapidly changing" because of the introduction of new markers, said Charles Handorf, MD, PhD, from the University of Tennessee Cancer Institute in Chattanooga. more

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