NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Although an aggressive form of lung cancer known as small-cell lung cancer is marked by high mutation rates, it's still possible to detect recurrent alterations affecting a few main pathways and processes in these cancers by bringing together different types of genomic data, two new studies in Nature Genetics reveal.

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