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It has been almost 50 years since a "minute chromosome" was first identified in patients with chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML). This genetic abnormality, named the Philadelphia chromosome for where it was discovered, was the first genetic defect linked to cancer. Read the story »


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HPV infection underlies the vast majority of cervical cancers.

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Cancer's wanderlust can be its most fatal feature.

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Recognized excellence in cancer research.

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Adding to the frenzy are genes that just cannot sit still.

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Not all mutations are created equal.

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Staff announcements and new tenure-track scientists at CCR.