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Phenotypic Precision Medicine in Advanced Prostate Cancer

Studies Reveal Aggressive Prostate Cancer Linked to Ancestral Heritage

Researchers have identified genetic signatures that may explain the ethnic differences in the severity of prostate cancer, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa. In two studies published in Nature and Genome Medicine, researchers detailed how they used genetic sequencing of prostate cancer tumors from Australian, Brazilian, and South African donors to identify a new prostate cancer taxonomy and cancer drivers that not only distinguish patients by genetic ancestry, but also predict which cancers are likely ...

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