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Matrix factorization methods for integrative cancer genomics.Academic Article Why?
Prostate cancer genomics, biology, and risk assessment through genome-wide association studies.Academic Article Why?
From cancer genomics to thoracic oncology: discovery of new biomarkers and therapeutic targets for lung and esophageal carcinoma.Academic Article Why?
Genomics of Ovarian Cancer Progression Reveals Diverse Metastatic Trajectories Including Intraepithelial Metastasis to the Fallopian Tube.Academic Article Why?
Discovering novel pharmacogenomic biomarkers by imputing drug response in cancer patients from large genomics studies.Academic Article Why?
Chen, MengjiePerson Why?
Breast cancer development and progression: Risk factors, cancer stem cells, signaling pathways, genomics, and molecular pathogenesis.Academic Article Why?
Functional genomics identifies therapeutic targets for MYC-driven cancer.Academic Article Why?
He, XinPerson Why?
Using germline genomics to individualize pediatric cancer treatments.Academic Article Why?
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Establishing a translational genomics infrastructure in pediatric cancer: the GREAT KIDS experience.Academic Article Why?
A perfect storm: How tumor biology, genomics, and health care delivery patterns collide to create a racial survival disparity in breast cancer and proposed interventions for change.Academic Article Why?
Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer from Genomics to Therapeutics: A Framework for Community Practice Integration to Arrive at Personalized Therapy Strategies.Academic Article Why?
Evaluating the role of public health in implementation of genomics-related recommendations: a case study of hereditary cancers using the CDC Science Impact Framework.Academic Article Why?
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