Boston Center to Leverage NGS Capabilities of Broad, Tumor Profiling at Dana-Farber for Cancer Patients | GenomeWeb

A new Boston clinical cancer genomics center will leverage resources from the Broad Institute, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Brigham and Women's Hospital, and the Boston Children's Hospital in order to figure out how to best integrate molecular profiling and genomics in cancer care and treatment.

The Joint Center for Cancer Precision Medicine will make use of a number of different tools, relying heavily on next-generation sequencing.

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