Large Genomic Profiling Study Sees Mutation-Rich Tumors From Many Cancer Types

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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Profiling mutations in a few hundred genes appears to be a promising method for identifying mutation-rich tumors that may respond to drugs that target the immune checkpoint pathway, according to a new research study led by Foundation Medicine.

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