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    Although major advances have been reported in the last decade in the treatment of late-stage cancer with targeted and immune-based therapies, there is a crucial unmet need to develop new approaches to improve the prevention and early detection of cancer. Advances in genomics and computational biology offer unprecedented opportunities to understand the earliest molecular events associated with carcinogenesis, enabling novel strategies to intercept the development of invasive cancers. This Series paper will highlight emerging big data genomic approaches with the potential to accelerate advances in cancer prevention, screening, and early detection across various tumour types, and the challenges inherent in the development of these tools for clinical use. Through coordinated multicentre consortia, these genomic approaches are likely to transform the landscape of cancer interception in the coming years. Copyright © 2017 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


    Jennifer Beane, Joshua D Campbell, Julian Lel, Jessica Vick, Avrum Spira. Genomic approaches to accelerate cancer interception. The Lancet. Oncology. 2017 Aug;18(8):e494-e502

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    PMID: 28759388

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