Study Indicates Genetic Changes Arise Abruptly in Prostate Cancer | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Genetic mutations in prostate cancer appear to arise all of a sudden, a team of investigators led by Weill Cornell Medical College's Mark Rubin; Levi Garraway of Harvard Medical School, the Broad Institute, and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute; and Francesca Demichelis from the University of Trento in Italy, reported in Cell yesterday.

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