Study co-authors include BIDMC investigators Dimitrios Spentzos, Xuesong Gu, Towia Libermann, and Marie Joseph, Marco Ramoni, of Children ‘s Hospital and Harvard Medical School, and Douglas Levine and Jeff Boyd, of the Memorial Sloan – Kettering Cancer Center.

The tumor tissue from 68 ovarian cancer patients first at both on both BIDMC in Boston or Memorial Sloan – Kettering Cancer Center in New York, Cannistra and his co-authors used microarray analysis to a genetic snapshot of ovarian developing cancer.. with the advent of micro-array analysis – expressed in the genes by the cancer cells with a probe labeled, and then a glass slide that embedded sequences of thousands of known human genes containing – has become this kind of genetic information a lot more accessible, explains Cannistra.Courtesy of can total daily Women’s Health Policy to display Report searching in archives and sign up for email. Mail delivery reprint here to the daily women’s Health policy coverage from is a free service which National Partnership for Women & Families.