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The idea is alluring: Get a computer to read electronic pathology reports and automatically flag aberrations in tumor DNA that indicate a patient’s increased receptivity to a specific type of cancer therapy.

A confluence of technological advances is now making this possible, as artificial intelligence gives doctors the ability to quickly comb massive genomic data sets for clues on how to personalize treatment.

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