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At AACR, High-Profile Speakers and NGS Error Correction in the Spotlight

Last week’s annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research offered some great perspectives on innovation in oncology, both in the clinic and in academic labs. We were particularly impressed by former Vice President Joe Biden’s update on the … more »

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Moving to the Clinic: Interview with BC Cancer Agency’s Marco Marra

Mendelspod’s recent interview with Marco Marra of the BC Cancer Agency and the University of British Columbia is well worth a listen. In the podcast, Marra describes his team’s use of genome and transcriptome sequencing for patients whose cancer is … more »

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Cancer Genomics Crowd in Boston for Beyond the Genome Meeting

We’re gearing up for this week’s Beyond the Genome conference, to be held at Harvard Medical School here in Boston. This year’s event, hosted by Genome Medicine and Genome Biology, will focus on cancer genomics, therapies, and bioinformatics. A timely … more »

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