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An abnormal growth of cells that can threaten an individual's life. Cancerous cells are very proliferative and can spread to other parts of the body, creating metastases.

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ICGC is the first that comes to mind, as it has samples from many types of cancer and copy number data for most of them. … COSMIC is a large database for cancer-associated mutations, including CNVs, so it might be worth a look for you. …
answered Sep 1 '17 by Jared Andrews
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This is why most large cancer sequencing studies include not only tumor samples, but normal cells from the same patient - see TCGA or ICGC for examples. …
answered Jun 13 '18 by Jared Andrews