NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) –Bristol-Myers Squibb plans to use Natera's circulating tumor DNA assay, Signatera, to determine whether it can successfully identify non-small cell cancer patients who might benefit from BMS's Opdivo (nivolumab) immunotherapy, Natera announced today.

Patients enrolled in the study will first undergo surgical resection of their tumor. The Signatera assay will be used to select patients with minimal residual disease to receive standard of care adjuvant therapy or adjuvant therapy plus Opdivo.

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