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Genetics

15 June 2010

Testicular cancer gene found

British scientists have found three new genetic risk factors for testicular cancer and say their findings should aid efforts for better treatments and earlier diagnosis.

British scientists have found three new genetic risk factors for testicular cancer, the most common form of the disease in young men, and say their findings should aid efforts for better treatments and earlier diagnosis.

The team confirmed their findings by analysing another 670 testicular cancer patients and 3,500 men without the disease.

 

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