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I'm not sure I agree with that, but if I had to support that assertion, I would say that while patients with COPD, CHF and neurodegenerative diseases may die of hypoxia (no fever there), patients with cancer more often die of opportunistic infections. In patients being treated with chemotherapy (and for some time afterwards as well), myelosuppression - that ...


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The methods that come immediately to mind are mostly related to next-generation sequencing. You can do deep sequencing on your sample, which is just increasing the coverage as much as possible to find rare events. You can do RNA-seq to look at the transcriptome, ChIP-seq to look at chromatin modifications, and single-cell sequencing (a form of deep ...



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