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Anti-cancer uses of non-oncology drugs have been found on occasion, but such discoveries have been serendipitous and rare. We sought to create a public resource containing the growth inhibitory activity of 4,518 drugs tested across 578 human cancer cell lines. To accomplish this, we used PRISM, which involves drug treatment of molecularly barcoded cell lines in pools. Relative barcode abundance following treatment thus reflects viability of each cell line. We found that an unexpectedly largedoi:10.1101/730119 fatcat:dt5nv7vwyzfrzdj3mbb4ii5vym