Oncogenic gene fusions represent attractive targets for therapy of cancer. However, the frequency of actionable genomic rearrangements in colorectal cancer (CRC) is very low, and universal screening for these alterations seems to be impractical and costly. To address this problem, several large scale studies retrospectivelly showed that CRC with gene fusions are highly enriched in groups of tumors...
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