New test will analyze DNA to predict risk of prostate cancer

01/16/2008 |

A team of U.S. scientists found that men with a combination of common and minor variations in five DNA regions are more likely to develop prostate cancer than those who had none of the variants. ProActive Genetics is expected to develop a test that could help doctors predict a man's risk of getting the disease via DNA analysis of saliva or blood samples.

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