Immunohistochemistry detection of DNA mismatch repair in colorectal cancer

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Dr. Weiqi Sheng, Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center & Dr. Ying Kong, Roche Diagnostics Solutions

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This webinar, sponsored by Roche, aims to provide an understanding of the scientific development and significance of DNA mismatch repair (MMR) deficiency testing in colorectal cancer (CRC), including MMR mechanism, the clinical impact of dMMR/MSI determination in CRC, testing methodology and case discussion. Dr. Sheng will share perspectives derived from clinical cases and experiences related to MMR testing. Dr. Sheng is a professor and the chief pathologist at Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center. Dr. Sheng is one of China's leading experts in gastrointestinal cancer and malignant lymphoma with 20 years of pathology experience. A member of multiple national professional committees and a key author on diagnostic guidelines, Dr. Sheng has published over 120 research papers and has been actively involved in multiple clinical trials.
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