Project GENIE Contributes Data on More Than 40,000 New Cancer Cases

The National Cancer Institute’s Genomic Data Commons (GDC) has released data for 44,756 cancer cases from the American Association for Cancer Research’s Project Genomics Evidence Neoplasia Information Exchange, more simply known as AACR Project GENIE. This massive project was launched in 2015 with the goal of building an international, pan-cancer registry with tens of thousands of patients to empower precision oncology.

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Conference in China Examines Genomics, Drug Development

Shenzhen is a remarkable place. It serves as a gateway to Hong Kong, and in its short 40-year history has grown to become China’s seventh largest city, with a population of 20 million and some of Mainland China’s tallest buildings. The Fifth AACR New Horizons in Cancer Research (NHiCR) International Conference sessions have attracted more than 350 basic, clinical, and translational researchers and practitioners from throughout China, the Asia-Pacific region, and worldwide.

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AACR Annual Meeting 2019: Plenary Examines Global Issues in Cancer

The AACR Annual Meeting 2019 features the theme “Integrative Cancer Science • Global Impact • Individualized Patient Care.” That theme provided the structure for Monday’s plenary session, when cancer researchers representing three continents, four cancer types, and diverse areas of interest took the stage.

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