Study: Relatively few gene mutations drive most cancers

10/17/2013 | Bloomberg

Researchers working on the Cancer Genome Atlas project analyzed 3,281 tumors from 12 cancer types and found 127 mutated genes associated with tumor formation or progression. The results, published in the journal Nature, may help scientists develop drugs that precisely target specific mutations.

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