Study identifies 13 gene mutations associated with prostate cancer

Findings from a study in the British Journal of Cancer could help researchers determine which men are at risk for prostate cancer. After analyzing blood samples from 191 participants with prostate cancer, researchers detected a group of 13 gene defects associated with the disease. Having at least one of the mutations increases the possibility that a person will develop an invasive form of prostate cancer.

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