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(University of Delaware) A group of researchers is building a portal of genetic information to help doctors detect, diagnose and treat cancer optimally in each of their patients. Vijay Shanker, a professor of computer and information sciences, is part of the team, which recently received a grant of more than $1.2 million. The goal: Someday, oncologists will pull up this data on a tablet and use it to guide treatment decisions.
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