Younger, Older Prostate Cancer Cases Marked by Distinct Expression Patterns | GenomeWeb

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new study suggests that the gene expression profiles present in prostate cancer tumors found in young men differ from those found in tumors from older prostate cancer patients, revealing potential differences in disease development and possible avenues for prostate cancer biomarkers in younger individuals.

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