TCGA Lung Cancer Study IDs Potential Drug Targets in Majority of Cases | GenomeWeb

In the most comprehensive genomic study to date of lung squamous cell carcinoma, researchers affiliated with the Cancer Genome Atlas project have identified potential drug targets in more than two-thirds of the 178 tumors sequenced, highlighting potential treatment options to a tumor type for which no targeted therapeutic strategy currently exists.

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