Australian scientists claim breast cancer breakthrough

08/9/2006 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

The scientists say the unpublished study of 40,000 women from Australia, Europe and the U.S. connects two genes to a 10% increase in risk of breast cancer. One of the scientists called the news "extremely significant," but said she will not give details of the genes until the study's publication later this year in a British journal.

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