NCI to Provide $90M for Cancer Genome Atlas Centers | GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — The National Cancer Institute has committed up to $90 million over the next five years to support between four and ten new centers to advance its Cancer Genome Atlas program.
The institute will spend as much as $18 million in 2009 for between two and four Genome Characterization Centers, and between two and six Genome Data Analysis Centers in order to roll out the next phase of the CGA program.

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