Posted Mon, Mar, 05,2012
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Cancer Informatics has become an increasingly important source for research in the methodology of cancer genomics and the novel use of informatics technology. I have been impressed by the journal's contents and have been very gratified by the number of accesses to my recent publication. Cancer Informatics has filled an important gap in cancer research journals.
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