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Whole-genome sequencing of breast cancers
is progressing


from Medscape Medical News

The first report of the sequencing of a complete cancer genome appeared in Nature in November 2008. Researchers at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, identified eight previously unrecognized mutations in tumor cells from a patient with acute myelogenous leukemia that apparently contributed to the cancer's proliferation. By June 2010, the American Association for Cancer Research noted the publication of 70 whole cancer genomes or exomes that have the potential to shape therapeutic choices. more


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