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Team identifies genes that increase risk for triple-negative breast cancer

A research team led by Fergus Couch, Ph.D., a geneticist at Mayo Clinic, has identified specific genes associated with an increased ... risk for triple-negative breast cancer and may potentially lead ... read more

Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Genes ID'd

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 8, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- More genes associated with an increased ... identifies new specific and strong associations between the susceptibility genes RAD51D and BARD1, and triple-ne... read more

Having more kids may increase breast cancer risk

The more times a woman gives birth, the higher her risk ... breast cancer than women who'd given birth only once, the study showed. In triple-negative breast cancer, the tumor does not turn on the gen... read more

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Several Genetic Variants Associated With Increased TNBC Risk

A study using multigene panel testing identified several pathogenic variants associated with an increased risk of triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC ... to identify the genes that should be tested in ... read more


Genetic mutations more common among African American women with breast cancer

A high percentage of African American women with breast cancer who were evaluated at a university cancer-risk clinic were found to carry inherited genetic ... may partially explain why African America... read more

Rare case of undetected cancer passed from organ donor to 4 recipients results in 3 dead: Report

MORE: New genes discovered that may increase risk for triple-negative breast cancer Such transmission is extremely rare but usually involves a single recipient. The donor, a 53-year-old female who die... read more

Naturally-occurring protein found in the kidneys may offer hope for thousands of women with one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer 'by stopping the tumours growing'

A naturally-occurring protein may offer hope for the thousands of women with one of the deadliest forms of breast cancer. Tinagl1 - a protein found in the kidneys - suppressed the growth of triple-neg... read more

Genetic testing lets families affected by breast cancer know more

When Sparks was diagnosed with triple negative ... 10 percent of breast cancer has a hereditary genetic link, Taylor said. “New mutations have been discovered and the knowledge base is exploding, so t... read more

Alterations in LRIG1 gene may increase the risk for breast cancer relapse and death

These results could help clinicians identify those at increased risk and monitor them more carefully. "First, we found that the loss of LRIG1 gene ... may contribute to the lower risk observed in thes... read more

Genetic Basis for Aggressive Breast Cancer Identified

“We found a common allele [an inherited variation in the DNA sequence] near the TERT gene on chromosome 5, which was significantly associated with an increased ... triple-negative breast cancer. These ... read more

Mayo research team identifies genes that increase risk for triple-negative breast cancer

A research team led by Fergus Couch, Ph.D., a geneticist at Mayo Clinic, has identified specific genes associated with an increased ... risk for triple-negative breast cancer and may potentially lead ... read more



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