The Radboud Biobank Oncology stores biomaterial (plasma, serum, cfDNA, tumor tissue) from patients with a proven malignancy or a high suspicion of malignancy, together with data about the patient's disease course. The biobank aims to contribute to research in the field of diagnosis, prognosis, a deeper understanding of the disease process and to the development of more efficient therapies. By joining forces at the Radboudumc, a unique project has been created that can provide a strong stimulus to scientific oncological research at the Radboudumc.
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