A month ago, Joe Biden hosted the first Cancer Moonshot in Washington D.C. and a lot of good things came out of the program. Research institutions continue publishing information, including the National Cancer Institute (NCI). They're working on a program called the "Genomic Data Commons" or "GDC" for short. Basically, researchers are putting all their research into one database, NCI organizes it and then other researchers can continue streamlining cancer research. Check out the infographic below to see what the Cancer Moonshot is doing to defeat cancer!
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