Check out the Cancer Genome Anatomy Project from the National Institute of Cancer. Its an interdisciplnary collaboration that attempts to make sense of and provide tools for the deciphering the molecular anatomy of cancer. It involves bioinformatics, data tracking and archiving, tool development and implementation. Look at the summary on the NCBI website. The CGAP helps to characterize genes, design analytical tools, profile ggene expression, track biological reagents, and map chromosome aberrations.
Enjoy. It contains a wealth of data.