This Week in Nature

In this week's Nature, two separate research teams publish studies characterizing the genomics of childhood cancers. In the first study, a multi-institute group presents a comprehensive analysis of genetic alterations in 961 tumors from young people with 24 distinct molecular types of cancer, uncovering mutations in genes involved in double-stranded DNA break repair across all cancers.

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