New Genetic Fingerprint to Help Identify Prostate Cancer
A research team from Canada has uncovered a genetic fingerprint, which could help identify a vigorous form of prostate cancer that spreads aggressively after radiotherapy or surgery. This form of cancer is found to occur in 30% of prostate cancer patients.
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