Researchers Detect Variants Tied to Second Cancer after Hodgkin's Treatment in Childhood

Through a genome-wide association study involving hundreds of individuals treated for Hodgkin's disease as children, researchers have identified a pair of variants near the PRDM1 gene that increase the risk of a radiation-related second cancer following this treatment.

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