Gene Mutations Increasing Ovarian Cancer Risk May Be Passed Down from Fathers, Study Suggests

Gene Mutations Increasing Ovarian Cancer Risk May Be Passed Down from Fathers, Study Suggests
Mutations in a newly identified gene that may increase women’s risk of ovarian cancer could be passed down through the X chromosome, a new study shows. The findings suggest that ovarian cancer mutations may be inherited from the father, which could explain why sisters of ovarian cancer patients are more likely to develop the disease than

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