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Progress in Search for Genetic Trigger of Pancreatic Cancer

  March, 8 2002 2:31
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Progress in Search for Genetic Trigger of Pancreatic Cancer

February 28, 2002— Researchers are reporting progress in the search for a gene mutation that triggers pancreatic cancer, the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Genetic studies of a family that has a long history of pancreatic cancer have led researchers to a region of chromosome 4 that is the likely location of a gene mutation that causes cancer in members of this family.

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