Recent progress in the genetic epidemiology of cancer

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The discipline of genetic epidemiology pertains to the vertical transmission of the susceptibility (predisposition) to a complex disease in a structured population. This statement meets halfway 1 the broad definitiongiven by N. E. Morton and S. c. Chung in 1978 2 and the concise one given by M. -C. King et al. in 1984. 1t pinpoints the fundamental genetic hypothesis, namely, the existence of an inherited condition that predisposes an individual to a specific disease, and the corresponding subject ofinvestigation, the family ...

Recent Progress in the Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer 1991, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540530220

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Recent Progress in the Genetic Epidemiology of Cancer 1991, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9780387530222

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