RT @ICR_London: BREAKING: Increased risk of #ProstateCancer in men with BRCA2 gene fault Research published today — in a study led by Professor Ros Eeles (ICR & @royalmarsdenNHS) and funded by @CR_UK — suggests that men with #BRCA2 could benefit from regular PSA testing: https://t.co/349IudkYK4 https://t.co/6wfzXTItda


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