liquid biopsy in the diagnosis and monitoring of cancer patients: opportunities and challenges in Latin America.

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Title liquid biopsy in the diagnosis and monitoring of cancer patients: opportunities and challenges in Latin America.
La biopsia líquida en el diagnóstico y monitoreo de pacientes oncológicos: oportunidades y retos en Latinoamérica
 
Creator Perdomo, Sandra
Montealegre-Páez, Lorena
Pacheco-Orozco, Rafael
Martínez-Gregorio, Héctor
Vaca-Paniagua, Felipe
Ardila, Javier
Cayol, Federico
Oliver, Javier
Frecha, Cecilia
López, Javier
Carreño, David
 
Subject Liquid biopsy
Latin America
Cell-Free Nucleic Acids
Molecular Targeted Therapy
Biopsia Líquida
América Latina
Ácidos Nucleicos Libres de Células
Terapia Molecular Dirigida
 
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In recent years, the study of circulating nucleic acids has made great progress in the field of oncology, allowing for significant advances in clinical applications of liquid biopsy in diverse areas such as prognosis, staging, recurrence prediction, selection and monitoring of treatments, among others. This advance is largely due to the development of new and better technologies, some of which have even been validated for the diagnosis and clinical follow-up of certain types of cancer. However, the use of liquid biopsy as an additional tool in clinical oncology remains under study. Given the worldwide importance of this technological advance, a literature review was conducted to establish the current status of the use of liquid biopsy in oncology, as well as its current clinical applications, with a particular focus on Latin America.
En los últimos años, el estudio de los ácidos nucleicos circulantes ha tenido grandes avances en el campo de la oncología, lo que ha permitido avanzar de forma importante en las aplicaciones clínicas de la biopsia liquida en diferentes aspectos como el pronóstico, la estadificación, la predicción de recurrencia, la selección y monitorización de tratamientos, entre otros. Lo anterior, se debe en gran parte al desarrollo de nuevas y mejores tecnologías, algunas de las cuales, incluso, han sido autorizadas para el diagnóstico y seguimiento de ciertos tipos de cáncer. No obstante, la utilización de biopsias líquidas sigue siendo objeto de estudio, pues a pesar de que son evidentes sus ventajas aun existen ciertas limitaciones que deben ser objeto de futuras investigaciones. Por lo tanto, debido a la importancia que ha cobrado este avance tecnológico a nivel mundial, se realizó una revisión de literatura con el fin de establecer el estado actual de la biopsia liquida en oncología, así como sus aplicaciones clínicas actuales, no sólo a nivel mundial sino también en Latinoamérica.
 
Publisher Instituto Nacional de Cancerología
 
Date 2020-11-30
 
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Source Revista Colombiana de Cancerología; Vol. 24 No. 4 (2020); 164-77
Revista Colombiana de Cancerología; Vol. 24 Núm. 4 (2020); 164-77
Revista Colombiana de Cancerología; v. 24 n. 4 (2020); 164-77
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