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A Cohort Study Of Cancer Risk In Relation To Family Histories Of Cancer In The Utah Population Database

R. Kerber, E. O’Brien
Published 2005 · Medicine

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It is well known that genetic variability affects the risk of many cancers, but details of the patterning of inherited cancer risk across different sites and age groups still are not well quantified.
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