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Music teacher Winona Williams lives a life not dominated by her ovarian cancer diagnosis—and she hopes her treatment will help others.
The clinical significance of many of the inherited mutations that can now be identified remains unclear.
The NCCN updated its guidelines for genetic testing for colorectal cancer patients; increased testing can reduce health disparities.
Embryos in the womb can get gene mutations that lead to cancer in adulthood.
Patients with recurrent lesions genetically distinct from the primary tumor may require different treatment.
Researchers identified 128 PSA-associated genetic variants, including 82 new ones, which they used to build a risk score.
Study confirms that Black men are at higher risk for prostate cancer disease progression and death.
University of California San Francisco researchers uncover common immune microenvironments across different types of cancer.
P-NET is a “biologically informed deep learning model” capable of guessing a prostate cancer patient’s disease state.
The Dana-Farber Cancer Institute answers your common questions about testing for mutations in BRCA genes associated with cancer.
Genetic counseling from the University of Colorado Cancer Center helps a young woman make the best decisions for her health.
Mark Hoffman, 57, who has chronic lymphocytic leukemia, learned how to ask a question that may have saved his life.
The inherited risk of certain types of early-onset cancer is significantly higher among racial minorities.
Nearly a quarter of women met the criteria for counseling based on their personal or family history.
For people with cancer being treated with chemo drugs in the class fluoropyrimidines, DPD testing can be lifesaving.
In recent years, deaths from non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) have decreased even faster than the decrease in NSCLC incidence.
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