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NEW YORK – The analysis of cancer patients' genomic data has proven useful for elucidating the molecular underpinnings of common cancer types, separating out different subtypes of one cancer from another and discovering some new treatments. But researchers have also found that genomic data must be combined with other kinds of information in order to provide the kinds of insights that are needed to push cancer research from interesting discoveries into the realm of precision oncology.

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