What's NewLast Updated: Mar 04, 2016
- No evidence that protein truncating variants in BRIP1 are associated with breast cancer risk: implications for gene panel testing.
Easton Douglas F, et al. Journal of medical genetics 2016 2 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Colorectal cancer screening saves lives. Talk to your doctor about getting screened.
(From CDC Information Database)
- Mega Ovarian Cancer Screening Trial Shows Modest Reduction in Mortality
A Slomski, JAMA, February 23, 2016 (From Discoveries and Insights Database)
- Familial Risk in Patients With Carcinoma of Unknown Primary.
Samadder N Jewel et al. JAMA oncology 2015 Dec 1-7 (From Genomics & Health Impact Scan Database)
- Validation of a risk prediction score for proximal neoplasia in colorectal cancer screening: a prospective colonoscopy study.
Wong Martin C S, et al. Scientific reports 2016 0 20396 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Quantifying the utility of single nucleotide polymorphisms to guide colorectal cancer screening.
Jenkins Mark A et al. Future oncology (London, England) 2016 Feb 12(4) 503-13 (From Genomics & Health Impact Scan Database)
- Lack of Association between CYP1A1 M2 and M4 Polymorphisms and Breast Carcinoma in Jordanian Women: a Case-Control Study.
Amrani Iman, et al. Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention : APJCP 2016 0 (1) 387-93 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Multiple gene sequencing for risk assessment in patients with early-onset or familial breast cancer.
Lin Po-Han, et al. Oncotarget 2016 1 (From HuGE Literature Finder)
- Perceptions of Cancer Risk, Cause, and Needs in Participants from Low Socioeconomic Background at Risk for Hereditary Cancer.
Underhill Meghan L et al. Behavioral medicine (Washington, D.C.) 2016 Jan 0 (From Genomics & Health Impact Scan Database)