Genetic, Epigenetic Changes May Contribute to Survival Differences in African-American Men with Head and Neck Cancers | GenomeWeb

ATLANTA (GenomeWeb Daily News) – Genetic and epigenetic changes may in part explain survival differences seen between African-American and Caucasian-American men with head and neck cancers.

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