Searching for the Origin | GenomeWeb

An article in the New York Times discusses cancers of unknown primary origins and recently developed genetic tests that may identify where in the body those mystery tumors are coming from -- not knowing the original tissue hampers treatment since many cancer therapies are tailored to combat one sort of cancer.

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