Cambridge University researchers studied the genetic make-up of more than 12,000 people with cancer in England, which allows them to see the origins of the tumour.  They spotted 58 new patterns in the DNA of cancer, suggesting there are causes that scientists are not yet aware of

Cancer breakthrough as scientists find a ‘treasure trove’ of genetic clues

Analysis of thousands of tumors from NHS patients has identified a ‘treasure trove’ of new clues about the causes of cancer. In the biggest study of its kind, researchers at Cambridge University Hospitals looked at the genomes of more than 12,000 people with cancer in England. They spotted 58 new patterns in their DNA, called …

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