New gene research helps pinpoint prostate cancer risk

16 septiembre 2014

A consortia of research hubs around the world encompassing 150 researchers has analysed more than 10 million genetic markers in 80,000 men with prostate cancer. «We now have 100 genetic regions and no other cancer has had this many loci identified to be associated with it. What we are looking for is the combination effect of how these loci work together and how much they can explain the heritability of prostate cancer,» one researcher explained.
http://feeds.sciencedaily.com/~r/sciencedaily/~3/dNdasgj7oss/140916112248.htm

Volver