Two years ago, St. Jude Children’s Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine started the Pediatric Cancer Genome Project to sequence the entire genomes of normal and cancer cells of 600 pediatric cancer patients over three years.

Sequencing a complete pediatric cancer genome had not been accomplished before the project started, according to the organizations. Now with more than 250 sets sequenced, the organizations have launched a Web site to share data and discoveries with other researchers.

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