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NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers within the University of California system have received a $14 million grant from the non-profit Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute for a large, longitudinal study that they hope will quash the debate over how often to screen women for breast cancer and spur personalized guidelines that incorporate current knowledge of genetic risk factors.

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