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Why Childhood Cancers Need Their Own Gene Panel: Tim Triche

Why Childhood Cancers Need Their Own Gene Panel: Tim Triche

When we first talked with Tim Triche of LA Children's Hospital, we found out he was a bit of an outlier among cancer researchers. He was an advocate for poking around in the non-coding RNA.

Today we welcome Tim back to the show to talk about a new gene panel that he has designed specifically for childhood cancers. It’s a first of its kind and was modeled quite closely on the gene panel for the NCI’s MATCH trial.
The new panel has both a DNA and an RNA component, and the RNA side is by far the biggest.

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