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Quantifying Cancer Heterogeneity

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Cancer is not one disease, it is many. At the population level, patients with different molecular aberrations need to be treated differently. At the patient level, tumours adapt and can highly diverse genomic profiles. And each tumour is a complex tissue formed by many different cell types. In my talk I will discuss how quantitative methods to dissect the heterogeneity of cancer at different levels can help to identify drivers of cancer and potentially guide therapies.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Biological Society series.

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