Advances in Brief CDKN 1 A and CDKN 1 B Polymorphisms and Risk of Advanced Prostate Carcinoma 1

@inproceedings{Kibel2003AdvancesIB,
  title={Advances in Brief CDKN 1 A and CDKN 1 B Polymorphisms and Risk of Advanced Prostate Carcinoma 1},
  author={Adam S. Kibel and Brian K. Suarez and Jay S Belani and Joe Oh and Raul Webster and Michele Brophy-Ebbers and Chan Guo and William J. Catalona and Joel Picus and Paul J Goodfellow},
  year={2003}
}
A multigenic model of prostate cancer susceptibility has been proposed, in which common polymorphic variants of genes, such as the androgen and vitamin D receptor, contribute to tumorigenesis. The discovery of additional genetic factors that contribute to prostate cancer risk should provide opportunities for new approaches to the detection and treatment of… CONTINUE READING