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One mutation increased risk of prostate cancer as much as 22-fold From the article: “We’ve taken a comprehensive shotgun approach to investigate data at this (chromosome) location and have been able to deconstruct how it contributes to risk, including which of the haplotypes impact age of onset and also aggressiveness,” said the study’s senior author, Jeffrey R. Smith, MD, PhD, associate professor of Medicine.

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