Molecular Tumor Board to Inform on Personalized Medicine for a Man with Advanced Prostate Cancer

Study ID Alternative Stable ID Type
EGAS00001004648 Other

Study Description

Purpose: Molecular profiling of cancer is increasingly common as part of routine care in oncology, and germline and somatic profiling may provide insights and actionable targets for men with metastatic prostate cancer. However, all reported cases are of deidentified individuals without full medical and genomic data available in the public domain. Patient and Methods: We present a case of whole genome tumor and germline sequencing in a patient with advanced prostate cancer, who has agreed to make his genomic and clinical data publicly available in an accompanying personal testimonial. Results: We describe an 84-year-old Caucasian male with a Gleason 10 oligometastastic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer. Whole-genome sequencing provided insights into his tumor’s underlying mutational processes and the development of an SPOP mutation. It also revealed an androgen-receptor dependency of his cancer which was reflected in his durable response to radiation and hormonal therapy. Potentially actionable genomic lesions in the tumor were identified through a personalized medicine approach ... (Show More)

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The dataset consists of BAM files of 2 pairs of matched tumor/normal samples of a men with advanced prostate cancer. One pair is whole genome sequencing: WGS_T/WGS_N for tumor and normal samples, respectively; and the other pair is whole exome sequencing: WES_T/WES_N for tumor and normal specimens, respectively. Details can be found at the publication titled: "Molecular Medicine Tumor Board: Whole Genome Sequencing to Inform on Personalized Medicine for a Man with Advanced Prostate Cancer"
HiSeq X Ten,Illumina HiSeq 2500 4

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