Alan H. Bryce, MD

Alan H. Bryce, MD

Mayo Clinic

Scottsdale, Arizona

Dr. Bryce is the Medical Director of the Genomic Oncology Clinic at Mayo Clinic Arizona in Scottsdale, where he utilizes whole genome sequencing of tumors to identify key driver mutations. This approach allows for precise targeting of a patient’s tumor, leading to a greater chance of remission. Dr. Bryce received a BS in Biochemistry from the University of California, Los Angeles. He then went on to receive his MD from Finch University of Health Sciences/Chicago Medical School. He completed a residency at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine, and then received a Fellowship in Hematology/Oncology, also at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine. He eventually served as Chief Fellow of Hematology/Medical Oncology there. Dr. Bryce studies cancer genetics and novel therapeutics with a focus on personalized medicine. His clinical practice centers on genitourinary malignancies (prostate, kidney, bladder, and testicular cancers) and melanoma. In addition, Dr. Bryce participates in community outreach to underserved populations and has an interest in health disparities research. He also conducts Phase I clinical trials of new cancer drugs.

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The DECIPHER Marker Can Predict Chemotherapy

Alan H. Bryce, MD makes the pro side of the argument that the DECIPHER marker is an effective tool for predicting a patient’s response to chemotherapy. He also summarizes the ongoing trials and research regarding this specific biomarker. This is a counter argument to Robert Abouassaly’s lecture, “Can The DECIPHER Marker Can Predict Chemotherapy?”

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