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Study investigates impact of genetics on post-RT GU toxicity in prostate cancer patients

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“We wanted to see whether certain variations and these micro-RNA binding sites could be associated with the risk of developing side effects,” says Amar U. Kishan, MD.

In this video, Amar U. Kishan, MD, discusses the background and methods of the study, “Germline variants disrupting microRNAs predict long-term genitourinary toxicity after prostate cancer radiation.” Kishan is an associate professor in the department of radiation oncology, chief of genitourinary oncology service, and vice chair of clinical and translational research at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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