Monday, April 18, 2011

Scientists work to decode the genetic errors that cause cancer: In the Works - latimes.com

Since the publication of the first cancer genome in 2008, several groups have started cancer-reading projects. The International Cancer Genome Consortium is sequencing tumors representing 50 types of cancers, while the National Institutes of Health's Cancer Genome Atlas will start with brain, lung and ovarian cancers before expanding to other types.



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