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NEW YORK – Angiosarcoma, a rare cancer that materializes in the inner lining of blood vessels, occurs in about 300 patients a year in the US. Because of the relatively low case numbers and the geographic dispersion of patients, the disease has been notoriously difficult to study, according to Corrie Painter, the associate director of operations and scientific outreach for the Broad Institute's Cancer Program.  

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