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Past Press Coverage on CCG

, by CCG Staff

Vice President Joe Biden and CCG Director Dr. Lou Staudt at the launch of NCI's Genomic Data Commons. June 6, 2016

Credit: Robert Kozloff, University of Chicago

NCI Center for Cancer Genomics (CCG) research initiatives have been widely recognized in the news media for their goals of facilitating advances in cancer genomics research and improving patient diagnosis and treatment. Below are selected articles featuring and describing CCG research.

The Information Cure: Big data is about to revolutionize the way we combat cancer
Chicago Magazine | December 15, 2016

NCI Genomic Data Commons experts: Toward a Shared Vision for Cancer Genomic Data
The New England Journal of Medicine | September 28, 2016

Cancer researchers: It's time to pay more attention to 'miracle' patients
The Washington Post | August 26, 2016

The Human Genome Is Having Its Facebook Moment
Chicago Magazine | August 9, 2016

Global initiative seeks 1,000 new cancer models
Nature | July 11, 2016

Major funders launch international repository of cutting-edge cancer models
Science Magazine | July 11, 2016

The Rocket Fuel for Biden's "Cancer Moonshot"? Big Data
MIT Technology Review | June 29, 2016

Biden unveils launch of major, open-access database to advance cancer research
The Washington Post | June 6, 2016

NCI's Staudt and Kibbe: Data Commons Will Publish Annotated Raw Genomic Data
The Cancer Letter | April 29, 2016

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