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Faults in Two Genes Appear to Increase the Risk of Developing Breast Cancer
Researchers have identified faults in two genes, FANCC and BLM, in six families. Faults in these genes appear to increase the risk of developing breast cancer. Both these genes work in a similar way as BRCA1 and BRCA2, and this highlights the importance of these functions in preventing breast cancer.
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