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Figure S2 from Under-Representation of Racial Groups in Genomics Studies of Gastroenteropancreatic Neuroendocrine Neoplasms

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posted on 2023-04-04, 01:41 authored by Brendon R. Herring, Andrew Bonner, Rachael E. Guenter, Selwyn Vickers, Clayton Yates, Goo Lee, Deepti Dhall, Herbert Chen, J. Bart Rose

Comparison of racial group representation in GEP-NEN genomics, cancer genomics, and in the US population per 2020 census data.


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There is little diversity in genomic studies of GEP-NENs, which may exhibit clinically impactful variation in their tumor biology among racial groups. Improved diversity in such studies is imperative for understanding this variation and its potential impacts on disease prevention, diagnosis, therapeutic targeting, and clinical outcomes.