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Journal Scan / Research · February 02, 2021

Genes Associated With Breast Cancer

The New England Journal of Medicine


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The New England Journal of Medicine
A Population-Based Study of Genes Previously Implicated in Breast Cancer
N. Engl. J. Med 2021 Jan 20;[EPub Ahead of Print], C Hu, SN Hart, R Gnanaolivu, H Huang, KY Lee, J Na, C Gao, J Lilyquist, S Yadav, NJ Boddicker, R Samara, J Klebba, CB Ambrosone, H Anton-Culver, P Auer, EV Bandera, L Bernstein, KA Bertrand, ES Burnside, BD Carter, H Eliassen, SM Gapstur, M Gaudet, C Haiman, JM Hodge, DJ Hunter, EJ Jacobs, EM John, C Kooperberg, AW Kurian, L Le Marchand, S Lindstroem, T Lindstrom, H Ma, S Neuhausen, PA Newcomb, KM O'Brien, JE Olson, IM Ong, T Pal, JR Palmer, AV Patel, S Reid, L Rosenberg, DP Sandler, C Scott, R Tamimi, JA Taylor, A Trentham-Dietz, CM Vachon, C Weinberg, S Yao, A Ziogas, JN Weitzel, DE Goldgar, SM Domchek, KL Nathanson, P Kraft, EC Polley, FJ Couch

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