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February 22, 2023/Genomic Medicine/Research

Determining Autism, Cancer Risk in Patients with PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome

Cleveland Clinic researchers receive $2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health

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December 13, 2021/Urology & Nephrology/Research

Mapping Out the Genitourinary Microbiome

Information on the microbiome and urologic pathologies remain relatively limited


Germline Genomic Profiles of Children, Adolescents and Young Adult with Solid Tumors Inform Management and Treatment

Largest-to-date evaluation of germline mutations in this population demonstrates the value of genetics evaluation and genetic testing

October 3, 2019/Cancer

Predicting Cancer Versus Autism Risk in Patients With PTEN Mutations

Biomarker may help individualize treatment


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New Grant Will Advance Breast Cancer Microbiome Research

Dr. Eng and colleagues will probe role of microbial/immune system interactions in cancer progression

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Visualizing PTEN: Seeing Mutations Differently

Looking at 3-D modeling techniques to detect differences in PTEN variants


The Microbiome in PTEN Hamartoma Tumor Syndrome

First-of-its kind study broadens understanding

October 24, 2017/Cancer/Research

The Breast Microbiome

Links between bacterial composition and breast cancer

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