Study challenges thinking on PCa in African-Americans

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Bethesda, MD-A new study suggests that, even though there is growing evidence that genetic factors impacting hormonal regulation of aggressive prostate cancer are more frequent among African-Americans than other ethnic groups, differences in disease-free survival can be eliminated.

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