The National Cancer Institute's National Cancer Informatics Program is adopting a new open source license model and migrating its code to the GitHub code-hosting site in hopes of making it easier for academic institutions and commercial firms to download and make changes to software and code developed by projects funded by its Center for Biomedical Informatics and Information.

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