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Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)
Awarded by Smart Futures National and International Research Alliances Program
This work was supported by funding from the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC-grant APP1021403 and 631701) and Smart Futures National and International Research Alliances Program (2008004333). S. M. G. was an Australian National Health and Medical Research Council Principal Research Fellow (1025427). D. C. W. is supported by Future Fellowship from the Australian Research Council. N.K.H. is supported by NHMRC Senior Principal Research Fellowship. P. T. S. is supported by a fellowship from The National Breast Cancer Foundation, Australia. We thank Deborah Gwynne for central co-ordination at the Queensland Centre for Medical Genomics; and Janine Thomas for maintaining the clinical database.