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Kenneth L. Scott was a cancer genomics researcher for NCI’s Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD2) program and a professor at Baylor College of Medicine. Also, he wanted to be a honey badger. Colleagues and friends discuss Ken’s grand vision for precision oncology, his experience with rare cancer, and his unique relationship with the honey badger.

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    Kenneth L. Scott was a cancer genomics researcher for NCI’s Cancer Target Discovery and Development (CTD2) program and a professor at Baylor College of Medicine. Also, he wanted to be a honey badger. Colleagues and friends discuss Ken’s grand vision for precision oncology, his experience with rare cancer, and his unique relationship with the honey badger.
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    E2: Another Shot on Goal

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    E1: My First Genomic Study

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