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DNA cancer codes cracked by international effort

Enigma23 (460910) writes | more than 4 years ago

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Enigma23 (460910) writes "As reported on news.com.au, scientists from the International Cancer Genome Consortium of 12 institutes around the world will today release the first DNA profiles of some of the most prevalent types of tumours. While the story asserts that "A new era of cancer treatment has dawned" I'm a bit more sceptical, given that gene therapy and immunotherapy are still very much in their infancy at the current time."
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ICGC's Nature paper (0)

Anonymous Coward | more than 4 years ago | (#31848244)

It's linked to a paper published today in Nature [nature.com] , with the data served from ICGC [icgc.org]
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