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NEW YORK – Germline genetic testing after tumor sequencing can uncover clinically actionable alterations among cancer patients, according to a new study from genetic testing company Invitae and its collaborators. 

Germline genetic testing is typically recommended for cancer patients who are thought to have hereditary disease, while tumor sequencing is generally performed on patients with advanced disease, but both can inform cancer treatment approaches.

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