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When it comes to the promise of a better future for cancer patients, few are in doubt that genomics will lead the way. Ever since the completion of the Human Genome Project, the world has waited for discoveries that promise to move cancer treatment beyond radiation and surgery and into a world where tumors are dealt with deftly at the molecular level. But it seems that the more genomics data there is, the more difficult it becomes to live up to that promise.

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