NEW YORK (GenomeWeb Daily News) — A new sequencing study by Canadian researchers suggests that primary breast cancers acquire significant numbers of new mutations in their coding regions as they progress towards metastasis — a characteristic that underscores the importance of analyzing cancers at different stages, the researchers said.

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