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A study by Widschwendter and colleagues suggests that serum DNAme markers can diagnose fatal breast cancers up to one year in advance of current diagnosis and enable individualized  treatment which may even commence before obtaining radiological evidence – see the video abstract for a graphic summary of the paper.

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Genome Medicine publishes research and reviews that describe important advances in the application of genetics, genomics and multi-omics to understand, diagnose and treat disease. Areas covered include, but are not limited to: precision medicine, novel methods and software, cancer genomics, disease genomics and epigenomics, immunogenomics, infectious disease, microbiome and systems medicine.

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