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Playing for Change

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Tumor Quest is a free game where players match three or more mutations associated with a tumor type to make them disappear. The aim is to help engage players in how tumor-specific and tumor-agnostic targets are helping to tackle cancer. The game was launched in time for the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) conference and allows its users to select from three different paths: nonspecific, tumor-specific or tumor-agnostic. To help build its users understanding of the various tumor types implicated in cancer, the game is accompanied by a short yet informative animation.
 

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