Cancer foundation aiming to build a database of 50,000 human genomes

The parents of a teenage boy who died of glioblastoma multiforme are trying to build a database of 50,000 human genomes. Richard Haddock, one half of the husband-and-wife team behind the initiative, is a former software engineer and is applying this experience to the project. The focus is on gathering large amounts of data from hospitals, medical schools and nonprofits. Feature

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