The drive for ‘individualized’ medicine recognizes the need to treat each patient on an individual basis rather than just on a generic disease basis and highlights the real need for more biomarkers. Clinical proteomics has the potential to really contribute to the biomarker discovery process, and also in defining or streamlining new therapeutic targets from identifying key factors implicated mechanistically in the underlying disease process.
The following virtual issues bring together collections of recently published articles from Proteomics Clinical Applications which illustrate the diverse proteomic approaches being taken across many cancer types, focusing on analysis of body fluids as well as analysis of cells and tissues, in the drive to deliver findings which may ultimately translate to the clinic.
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