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NEW YORK – There has been a keen interest in developing pan-cancer or tissue-agnostic biomarkers for cancer treatments in recent years, with many experts anticipating the field to shift from organ-based cancer treatments to ones that are based on molecular alterations. But a new study by researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center questions whether certain mutations always behave the same way across tissue types.

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