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Global prostate cancer disparities and the parts both genetic and behavioural factors play

5th - 9th Apr 2014

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Published: 28.08.14
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Dr Folakemi Odedina - College of Pharmacy, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA

Dr Odedina talks to ecancertv at the AACR conference about the influences that genetic and behavioural differences have upon global prostate cancer disparities. Odedina stressed the importance of looking at behavioural as well as biological aspects. Specifically, the study looked at prostate cancer incidences among black men and particularly among Jamaicans who have the highest rates of the disease.

See the latest ecancermedicalscience Special Issue for more.

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