The incidence of PALB2 c.3113G > A in women with a strong family history of breast and ovarian cancer attending familial cancer centres in Australia
Zhi L Teo, Sarah D Sawyer, Paul A James, Gillian Mitchell, Alison H Trainer, Geoffrey J Lindeman, Kylie Shackleton, Linda Cicciarelli, Melissa C Southey
FAMILIAL CANCER | SPRINGER | Published : 2013
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GENETIC VARIANTS, PHENOTYPIC SPECTRUM AND BREAST CANCER RISK ASSOCIATED WITH GERMLINE MUTATIONS IN PALB2: IDENTIFYING FEMALE PALB2 MUTATION CARRIERS AT THE TIME OF DIAGNOSIS
Population studies of female breast cancer (BC) show only a small proportion of familial aspects of BC can be explained by current knowledge..
Awarded by National Breast Cancer Foundation