In the single largest cancer genomics investigation reported to date, scientists have sequenced the whole genomes of tumours from 50 breast cancer patients and compared them to the matched DNA of the same patients' healthy cells. This comparison allowed researchers to find mutations that only occurred in the cancer cells...
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