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Cancers arise from the accumulation of somatic genome mutations, with varying contributions of intrinsic (i.e., genetic predisposition) and extrinsic (i.e., environmental) factors. For the understanding of malignant clones, precise information about their genomic composition has to be correlated with morphological, clinical, and individual features in the context of the available medical knowledge. Rapid improvements in molecular profiling techniques, the accumulation of a large amount of datadoi:10.1159/000493192 pmid:30368507 fatcat:zepccrkpbvf7bh6qcfesmryoci