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Breast Cancer Risk Elevated if Epigenetic Clock Runs Fast

10:30 EST 25 Feb 2019 | Genetic Engineering News

The risk of cancer correlates with age, which may be measured in various ways. The easiest measure—chronologic age—may not be the best. Instead, cancer risk may be better estimated by measuring biologic age, which is a matter of how well the body is working—or how well the body can be expected to work, given the […]

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