December 4, 2021


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Study aims to connect family history and prostate cancer data

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“We’re trying to recruit more African Americans, more men with a family history and veterans because they have a higher risk of prostate cancer and some of them may have a higher chance of having genes that match newly approved FDA therapies," said Dr. Channing Paller, a researcher with John Hopkins University.

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