NCI s $35M RFA to Create Cancer Genome Centers Could Benefit Drug Makers, Molecular Dx Shops | GenomeWeb

The US National Cancer Institute this week said that it will provide $35 million over three years to support as many as four Cancer Genome Characterization Centers. Approximately $11.7 million will be allotted this year, according to the NCI's request for applications.

The centers, part of the Cancer Genome Atlas project, should be a major source of public cancer data that may provide the basis for future targeted cancer drugs, diagnostics, and combination products.

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