Kimmel Cancer Center African American Prostate Cancer Patients Get More VUS, Fewer Actionable Results, Studies Show Research presented at ASCO's annual meeting underscores the need for more cancer susceptibility studies in diverse populations, experts say. Exact Sciences, Jefferson Health to Study Blood-Based Multicancer Early Detection Test The partners will survey doctors, care coordinators, and patients on metrics like test safety and efficacy, and how to best implement multicancer testing. Taproot's Master Observational Trial Attempting to Gather Missing Outcomes Data in Precision Oncology Premium With the participation of five cancer centers and clinics, Taproot is hoping to build a national, prospective data registry that is much needed but has been difficult to advance to date. Employee Benefits Programs Share Early Experiences Implementing Genetic Testing Premium Despite the step-up in FDA action against labs offering PGx tests, the success of these programs suggests that access to them isn't being stifled as some feared. Circulating Tumor DNA Forecasts Recurrence in Non-Metastatic Colorectal Cancer Two new studies of stage I to III CRC suggest that the presence of ctDNA in the months after surgery or chemotherapy can help identify patients who go on to relapse. Nov 6, 2015 Hopkins Lab, Cepheid Developing Methylated DNA Panel for Breast Cancer Dx, Monitoring Nov 6, 2015 AACR Launches International Genomic, Clinical Data Sharing Project for Cancer May 12, 2015 GenomeDx Launches Genomics Data-Sharing Program, Signs on Sidney Kimmel as First Partner Oct 20, 2014 Van Andel, Sidney Kimmel Receive $7.5M for Epigenetics Studies into Cancer Apr 17, 2014 Study Highlights Non-invasive Breast Cancer Biomarker Panel Using cfDNA Methylation Premium Aug 7, 2013 Studies Profile Mutation Patterns in Kidney Cancers Linked to Herbal Compound Use Jun 14, 2013 $500K Gift to Progress Kimmel Cancer Center Test for Ovarian, Endometrial Cancers Dec 5, 2012 Hopkins-Led Team Sees Clinical Promise for WGS Method to Detect Chromosomal Alterations in Plasma Premium Dec 3, 2012 CHOP, Johns Hopkins-led Team Finds Changes to Chromatin-Related Genes in Aggressive Neuroblastomas Nov 28, 2012 Cancer-related Chromosomal Changes Detected by Blood-based DNA Sequencing Sep 7, 2011 Hopkins Personalized Cancer Center's First Focus Will be Extreme Phenotypes, Cancer Vaccines Premium Aug 22, 2011 Johns Hopkins Lands $30M for Personalized Cancer Center Jun 1, 2011 Hopkins Team Develops Method to Improve Rare Mutation Detection for Early Cancer Dx Premium Dec 16, 2010 International Team Reports on Genomic Analyses of Pediatric Brain Cancer Apr 7, 2010 Kimmel Foundation Names 2010 Scholars Mar 3, 2010 Mitochondrial Genome Diversity Unexpectedly High, Study Finds Mar 3, 2009 Completing Platform Upgrade, Agilent Launches High-Density CGH and CNV Chips and Promises More Premium Feb 26, 2009 Are Proteomic Tools Too Costly and Time-, Labor-Intensive for the Clinic? Premium Breaking News Long COVID Clues Found in Acute SARS-CoV-2 Infection Blood Samples People in the News at Roche, Mammoth Biosciences, NeoGenomics, Molecular Assemblies, More New Products Posted to GenomeWeb: Thermo Fisher, Element Biosciences, Dante Genomics, More Tesis Biosciences to Develop miRNA Biomarkers for mTBI Diagnosis In Brief This Week: Danaher, Lucira Health, Novacyt, Molecular Devices The Scan Cell Atlas of Human Lung Development Gives View of Developing Airway Researchers have generated a cell atlas of human lung development, which they report in Cell. Study Finds Costs of Genome Sequencing May Limit Utility in Routine Care Researchers report in the European Journal of Human Genetics that genome sequencing for rare disease diagnoses currently has similar benefits as less expensive exome analysis. Study Suggests Nursing Mother's Diet Can Impact Offspring's Gut Microbiome A new Cell Host and Microbe paper finds that mice whose mothers were fed a low-fiber diet during nursing experience lasting microbiota dysbiosis and increased obesity. Study Links Genetic Risk for ADHD With Alzheimer's Disease A higher polygenic risk score for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is also linked to cognitive decline and Alzheimer's disease, a new study in Molecular Psychiatry finds.