Discovery of 5 new breast cancer genes strengthens case for personalized medicine
from Medical Daily
It’s nice to think that if you regularly slather on high-SPF sunscreen and cut back on the number of burgers you eat you won’t get cancer. While these are certainly healthy habits, each person’s risk for disease depends more on the individual, and the complex genetic changes they accumulate over time — something scientists refer to as the cancer genome.
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