Prostate. 2016 May 16. doi: 10.1002/pros.23200. [Epub ahead of print]
Adding genetic risk score to family history identifies twice as many high-risk men for prostate cancer: Results from the prostate cancer prevention trial.
Chen H1,2, Liu X1, Brendler CB3, Ankerst DP4,5, Leach RJ4, Goodman PJ6, Lucia MS7, Tangen CM6, Wang L2, Hsu FC2, Sun J2, Kader AK8, Isaacs WB9,10,Helfand BT3, Zheng SL2, Thompson IM4, Platz EA9,10,11, Xu J1,2,3.
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family history; prostate cancer; risk; single nucleotide polymorphisms; the prostate cancer prevention trial
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