News-Medical.Net July 19, 2022
By Tarun Sai Lomte Reviewed by Danielle Ellis, B.Sc.

In a recent study published in Cancer Discovery, researchers analyzed data from the latest public release of the genomics evidence neoplasia information exchange (GENIE) project of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR).

Background

AACR Project GENIE is an open-source, international pan-cancer repository of real-world genomic/clinical oncology data. Founded in late 2015, the GENIE project has released nine datasets, with the latest 9.1 release encompassing data from over 110,000 tumors from more than 100,000 cancer patients. Lung, colorectal, and breast cancers are each represented by more than 10,000 tumors in the repository.

Notably, a broader research community is utilizing the project data, with nearly 624 manuscripts citing the registry as of April 2022. Studies using GENIE data fall broadly into three...

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