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EACR Cancer Genomics 2019 conference: from tumour evolution to personalised immunotherapy

Editorial letter
Authors A. Lanzos
Kerryn Elliott
Published in Febs Journal
Volume 286
Issue 21
Pages 4209-4214
ISSN 1742-464X
Publication year 2019
Published at Institute of Biomedicine, Department of Medical Biochemistry and Cell Biology
Pages 4209-4214
Language en
Keywords clinical genomics, immunogenomics, mutational signatures, tumour neoantigen, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Subject categories Cell and Molecular Biology


Recent advances in cancer genomics are revolutionising our understanding of the genetic basis of tumour proliferation and of the impact of the immune system and microbiome in drug response. The 4th Cancer Genomics conference hosted by the European Association for Cancer Research covered breakthroughs in this field such as the search for novel cancer antigens and single-cell mapping of tumour evolution. This report focuses on the novel insights obtained from a variety of research groups under the banner of cancer genomics, as well as some insights of the general discussions held at the conference focussing on setting up a successful laboratory and possible alternatives in the scientific career.

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