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    Work gloat

    This project has been a big chunk of my at-work time for the past year or so. I'm part of the bioinformatics team that designed the tests and put the computer infrastructure in place to analyze the data and report the results:

    http://articles.boston.com/2011-10-2...etic-mutations

    It has been a lot of work at times & wanted to toot my own horn a bit. There is a great team behind this project and I think we'll see some great results come out of it.

    -Matt
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    Well done Matt you earned a pat on the back for sure
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    Matt, what you are doing represents the leading edge of cancer treatment now, and in the years ahead. You should be proud of what you do. Thanks.

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    Very promising. You should be proud of your involvment in the project.
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    Well done Matt
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    That is great news Matt!
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    What a great project to work on. Must be rewarding to work on something that will have a positive impact on peoples lives! Congratulations!
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    Congrats, fine work you do.
    If you don't take pride in your work, life get's pretty boring.

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    thanks for the heads up nad the work you have done on this,, for us and others after us..
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    Matt,

    That is wonderful. I'm glad you are involved. From the PMs you sent me a month or two ago, the Sherlock Holmes in me deduces that you are a very logical person and you present information very well. (We will have to get you as a moderator next election.) Those are great qualities to have in an organization.

    Enjoy,

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