Study: Variants in 3 genes raise risk of testicular cancer

06/13/2010 | Reuters

U.K. scientists looked at the genetic profile of nearly 6,000 men and identified mutations in three genes -- TERT, ATF7IP and DMRT1 -- that appear to increase the risk of testicular cancer. They said the findings could lead to the development of new therapies and early detection of the disease.

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