Integration and Analysis of Cancer Genomics and Imaging Data for Improving Cancer Research and Treatment
- Radiological imaging has been routinely used for the diagnosis and treatment of cancer, but the relationship between the tumor imaging phenotype and the underlying genetic mechanism remains under-explored. Can we investigate what genetic mechanism potentially leads to the development of a specific tumor imaging phenotype?
- Is it possible to use radiological imaging as a non-invasive approach to probe the genetic and molecular status of a tumor, which may relieve patients from suffering repetitive biopsies or diagnostic surgery?
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