My Cancer Genome
June 27, 2013
In March 2011, VICC launched the nation’s first personalized cancer decision support tool, “My Cancer Genome,” to help physicians and researchers track the latest developments in personalized cancer medicine and connect with clinical research trials for their patients.
This Web-based information tool is designed to quickly educate clinicians on the rapidly expanding list of genetic mutations that impact different cancers and enable them to more easily research various treatment options.
My Cancer Genome started with lung cancer and melanoma and now includes 18 cancer types. The site gets more than 3,600 visits per week from more than 2,700 unique visitors per week.
To learn more visit mycancergenome.org
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