A.G. Iyevleva

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Hereditary breast-ovarian cancer syndrome contributes to as much as 5-7% of breast cancer (BC) and 10-15% of ovarian cancer (OC) incidence. Mutations in the "canonical" genesBRCA1andBRCA2occur in 20-30% of affected pedigrees. In addition toBRCA1andBRCA2 mutations, germ-line lesions in theCHEK2,NBS1, andPALB2genes also contribute to familial BC clustering.(More)
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