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The hidden mysteries within the DNA of cancers

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The current dogma is that all cancers arise due to abnormalities in DNA , however, until very recently, our ability to look into the DNA of cancers has been very limited. In this lecture Professor Mike Stratton (Director of the Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute) discusses how the revolutionary changes in DNA sequencing technology are beginning to illuminate the dark landscape of cancer genomes.

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