Using 'Omics to Treat Breast Cancer | GenomeWeb

Clinicians need to make use of 'omics tools in order to more efficiently treat breast cancer, said Joe Gray from Lawrence Berkeley National Lab at AMP's annual meeting. By using these tools, clinicians can identify molecular subtypes of the disease and predict resistance to therapies or response to next-gen drugs, Gray said. Doctors then need to understand gene networks in order to see how cancers develop across those networks and how different therapies affect these subtypes.

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