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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Some of the same precision medicine capabilities coming into focus for full-blown cancers are starting to glint on the horizon for individuals with pre-cancerous conditions and their clinicians.

"You hear about precision medicine in the context of [cancer] treatment. But you don't hear about precision medicine in the context of early-stage disease," explained Sudhir Srivastava, chief of the National Cancer Institute (NCI) cancer prevention division's cancer biomarkers research group.

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