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We have identified over 1.1 million fusion transcripts, which are transcribed from two different genes and are joined together by chromosomal translocations, inversions, deletions, trans-splicing and read-through. Over 97% of these fusion transcripts are generally novel and are never investigated. Some of these fusion transcripts such as KANSARL fusion transcripts may be familially-transmitted and may be never discovered by Genomics and Exome sequencing due to intergenic mutations or repetitive DNA amplifications or infections. This is why human eyes can easily observe differences between Asian and Caucasian. However, there are minor differences between their genomic sequences. Now, we have such large numbers of putative biomarkers for cancer and other complex diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and can be used for large-scale validation. With your help, we may be able to develop cancer diagnostic systems to detect cancer much earlier in the next few years and to help billions of people. We hope that you and we together can make cancer become a chronic disease in 20 years.

If you want to join this endeavor, Welcome aboard!