UK scientists have found seven new genes associated with prostate cancer, the BBC says. Publishing a study in Nature Genetics, The Institute of Cancer Research's Rosalind Eeles and colleagues scanned 10,000 men from the UK and Australia in a genome-wide association study to find the risk factors. "Within three to four years, it should be possible to offer 'genetic profiling' to men to assess their risk of developing the condition," the article writes.
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