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Decoding breast cancer predisposition genes

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Published: 14.12.16
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Dr Fergus Couch - Mayo Clinic, Rochester, USA

Dr Couch speaks with ecancertv at SABCS 2016 about establishing risks associated with a variety of genes thought to influence breast cancer prognosis.

He describes genes identified from over 60,000 patients which, by their presence or absence, can modulate the lifetime likelihood of developing breast cancer, including evidence towards suspected risk-promoting genes being statistically unlikely to increase chances.

He also discusses receiving the AACR 2016 Outstanding Investigator Award.

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