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VIDEO: Aqueous humor holds potential as ‘liquid’ biopsy for retinoblastoma

BALTIMORE ― At the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting, Jesse Berry, MD, assistant professor of clinical ophthalmology and assistant director of ocular oncology at USC Roski Eye Institute, discusses her research looking to identify retinoblastoma in young children using aqueous humor as a “liquid” biopsy to acquire genetic information that may better inform treatment decisions.

BALTIMORE ― At the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology meeting, Jesse Berry, MD, assistant professor of clinical ophthalmology and assistant director of ocular oncology at USC Roski Eye Institute, discusses her research looking to identify retinoblastoma in young children using aqueous humor as a “liquid” biopsy to acquire genetic information that may better inform treatment decisions.

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