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WorldWide Cancer Genetics Web

November 21, 2013

My Cancer Genome is an online tool to help physicians, researchers and patients track the latest developments in personalized cancer medicine and connect with clinical research trials.

Since its launch in 2011, its global reach continues to grow. With collaborators around the world, My Cancer Genome is fast approaching its goal of making genetically informed cancer medicine the next standard of care.

The website has now been visited by someone in nearly every country in the world, for a total of hundreds of thousands of visits.

Top countries visiting the site:

1. United States

2. United Kingdom

3. Germany

4. France

5. China

6. Australia

7. India

8. Canada

9. Italy

10. Japan


Fifty-nine contributors from institutions around the world have submitted information to My Cancer Genome. The top contributors are from:

1. United States

2. Germany

3. Australia

4. China

5. United Kingdom

6. France

7. Hong Kong

8. Japan

9. Italy

10. Switzerland


Philanthropic contributions for My Cancer Genome have enabled Vanderbilt to extend personalized treatment knowledge broadly. These philanthropic partners include the Edward P. Evans Foundation, the Joyce Family Foundation, the Robert J. Kleberg, Jr. and Helen C. Kleberg Foundation and the T.J. Martell Foundation.