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The study was supported by the U.S. National Human Genome Research Institute Large Scale Sequencing Program, the Kohlberg Foundation, the Starr Cancer Consortium, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, U.S. Department of Defense Synergy Awards and New Investigator Award, the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center Prostate Cancer SPORE (NIH), the U.S. National Cancer Institute, Early Detection Research Network, the Fondazione Trentina per la Ricerca sui Tumori, the Swiss Science Foundation, the National Institute of General Medical Sciences award and a U.S National Institutes of Health Director's New Innovator Award.
Other study authors include: Dr. Sylvan C. Baca, Dr. Gregory V. Kryukov, Dr. Alex H Ramos, Dr. Eric S. Lander from Harvard Medical School/the Broad Institute at MIT and Harvard; Dr. Philip W. Kantoff from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; Dr. Matthew Meyerson from Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Broad Institute; Dr. Jean-Philippe Theurillat, Dr. Elizabeth Nickerson, Dr. Daniel Auclair, Dr. Candace Guiducci, Dr. Andrey Sivachenko, Dr. Scott L. Carter, Dr. Gordon Saksena, Dr. Douglas Voet, Dr. Wendy Winckler, Dr. Michelle Cipicchio, Dr. Kristin Ardlie, Dr. Stacey B. Gabriel, Dr. Gad Getz, Dr. Michael S. Lawrence, Dr. Yotam Drier, Dr. Mahmoud Ghandi, Dr. Eliezer Van Allen, Dr. Robert C. Onofrio, and Dr. Kristian Cibulskis from the Broad Institute; Dr. Todd R. Golub from the Broad Institute and Dana-Farber/Children's Hospital Cancer Center; Dr. Davide Prandi and Dr. Alessandro Romanel from the University of Trento; Dr. Juan Miguel Mosquera, Dr. Kyung Park, Dr. Naoki Kitabayashi, Dr. Theresa Y. MacDonald, Dr. Andrea Sboner, Dr. Gunther Boysen, Dr. Christopher E. Barbieri, Dr. T. David Soong, Dr. Ashutosh Tewari, Dr. Himisha Beltran, and Dr. Olivier Elemento from Weill Cornell Medical College; and Dr. Michael F. Berger from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center.
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