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NEW YORK – Tumor metastases may get their start years before a cancer is even diagnosed, a new study has found.

A team led by researchers at Stanford University examined exome sequencing data from paired primary and metastatic tumor samples to study how metastatic spread occurs, a process they noted is currently not well understood.

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