As the number of cancer patients increase day by day, researchers are increasing their knowledge on the known risk factors for cancer both environmentally and genetically.
At the AACR 102nd Annual Meeting 2011, which will be held here April 2-6, AACR President-elect Judy Garber, M.D., director of the center for cancer genetics and prevention at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, will host a press conference on cancer risk factors and genetics that will feature the following research:
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- Study Confirms Genetic Differences in Breast Tissue Among Races
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