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Longitudinal Data from the MMRF Released at the GDC

, by CCG Staff

The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation
Credit: The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

The Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (MMRF) diligently collected genomic and clinical data for nearly 1000 patients, following each for at least eight years. And now, the MMRF has shared this rich, longitudinal dataset with the cancer research community through NCI's Genomic Data Commons (GDC). CCG Director Dr. Lou Staudt describes the significance of this collaboration and potential for new clinical insights in a guest blog post for the MMRF.

GDC's latest data release includes data from the MMRF, pancreatic organoids, and more.

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