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Jan

18

Test May Help Halt Colon Cancer Early

Scientists in Atlanta and Baltimore have developed a new chromosome-testing technique that may accurately predict whether cancer will return in colon cancer patients.

Jan

18

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes who undergo a bilateral prophylactic mastectomy significantly reduce their likelihood of developing breast cancer. A gene is a hereditary unit of DNA that occupies a specific location on a chromosome.

Jan

18

Test May Help Halt Colon Cancer Early

Scientists in Atlanta and Baltimore have developed a new chromosome-testing technique that may accurately predict whether cancer will return in colon cancer patients.

Jan

18

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes who undergo a bilateral prophylactic mastectomy significantly reduce their likelihood of developing breast cancer. A gene is a hereditary unit of DNA that occupies a specific location on a chromosome.

Jan

18

Test May Help Halt Colon Cancer Early

Scientists in Atlanta and Baltimore have developed a new chromosome-testing technique that may accurately predict whether cancer will return in colon cancer patients.

Jan

18

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated

Results published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute indicate that women with mutated BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes who undergo a bilateral prophylactic mastectomy significantly reduce their likelihood of developing breast cancer. A gene is a hereditary unit of DNA that occupies a specific location on a chromosome.

Jan

18

Test May Help Halt Colon Cancer Early

Scientists in Atlanta and Baltimore have developed a new chromosome-testing technique that may accurately predict whether cancer will return in colon cancer patients.

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