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- August 12, 2014
Update: The Benefits of Looking Across Many Cancer Genomes
TCGA's Pan-Cancer project publishes its integrative analysis of TCGA cancer types. The Pan-cancer project's goal is to assemble TCGA’s wealth of data across tumor types, analyze and interpret those data, and finally, make both the analyses and the data freely available.
- July 23, 2014
TCGA Researchers Identify Four Subtypes of Stomach Cancer
Researchers with the TCGA Research Network have found that stomach cancers, also called gastric cancers or gastric adenocarcinomas, fall into four distinct molecular subtypes.
- July 09, 2014
Study identifies novel genomic changes in the most common type of lung cancer
Researchers from the TCGA Research Network have identified novel mutations in a well-known cancer-causing pathway in lung adenocarcinoma, the most common subtype of lung cancer.
- August 08, 2014
It’s Time for Us to Think About Cancer Differently
Newsweek reports on the most recent publication from TCGA's Pan-Cancer project in which researchers analyze 12 cancer types and reveal molecular classifications within and across tissues of origin.
- July 25, 2014
Study Finds Mutations in Lung Cancer DNA
The Boston Globe reports on The Cancer Genome Atlas Research Network's identification of the top 18 gene mutations associated with lung adenocarcinoma.
- February 11, 2014
A Catalog of Cancer Genes That’s Done, or Just a Start
The New York Times reports on a study published in Nature by researchers at the Broad Institute that asks how close scientists are to completing a catalog of cancer genes.
Histopathological image of cerebral glioblastoma.
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The difference between a normal cell and cancer cell and how understanding the changes in DNA that cause cancer can help doctors develop better treatments.
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