Study: Chromosome may predict colon cancer in people under 50

10/29/2007 | CBC.ca (Canada)

People under age 50 who have abnormally short telomeres may be at risk for developing colon cancer, according to a study. Telomeres are the caps on the end of chromosomes, and some researchers say colon cancer in people under age 50 is biologically different than colon cancer in people over age 50.

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