Katarzyna Nej

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Stomach cancer ranks second to lung cancer in the global cancer burden. It is estimated that 25% of families meeting the criteria for hereditary diffuse gastric carcinoma (HDCG) will have germline mutations in the E-cadherin gene. Evidence suggests that stomach cancer might also be a malignant manifestation of other inherited predispositions to disease.(More)
The NOD2 gene has been associated with susceptibility to Crohn's disease and individuals with Crohn's disease are at increased risk for cancer at a number of organ sites. We studied the association between the 3020insC allele of the NOD2 gene and cancer among 2604 cancer patients and 1910 controls from Poland. Patients were diagnosed with one of twelve(More)
On the basis of literature data and own experience the authors review the current knowledge about the molecular basis of inherited predispositions for tumors. They hypothesize that in the near perspective 5–10 years studies using existing registry data/material and the latest novel technology will allow the identification of the molecular background for the(More)
He er re ed di it ta ar ry y C Ca an nc ce er r i in n C Cl li in ni ic ca al l P Pr ra ac ct ti ic ce e 2004; 2(3) *These two authors contributed equally to this publication. Notes: Katarzyna Nej is a scholarship holder from the Postgraduate School of Molecular Medicine affiliated with the Medical University of Warsaw. Pancreatic cancer is an aggressive(More)
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