Researchers find more info on genetic colorectal cancer risk

02/14/2007 | Forbes

A new study cites a genetic mutation as an element of increased risk of developing hereditary nonpolyposis colorectal cancer. Researchers said the findings suggest "a novel pattern of inheritance of cancer susceptibility."

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