Mercedes Sina-Frey

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BACKGROUND Previous studies of anticipation in familial pancreatic cancer have been small and subject to ascertainment bias. Our aim was to determine evidence for anticipation in a large number of European families. PATIENTS AND METHODS A total of 1223 individuals at risk from 106 families (264 affected individuals) were investigated. Generation G3 was(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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