Multiple Institutions, Labs Collaborating on Registry to Study Rare Hereditary Cancer Genes | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Memorial Sloan Kettering along with other academic research institutions and testing labs said they will launch a registry to collect the genomic and outcomes data of patients who have consented to prospective follow up after being tested with a multi-gene hereditary cancer panel test.

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