Single-nucleotide between genetic variation, longer telomeres and lower risk of bladder cancer – With the new genetic information, scientists have found one common human genetic variant with both longer telomeres and reduced associated risk of bladder cancer, according to findings at the AACR 102nd Annual Report presented to Meeting 2011, April 2-6, and simultaneously published in Cancer Prevention Research, a journal of the American Association for Cancer Research.
Jian Gu, assistant professor of epidemiology at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, said the single-nucleotide polymorphism rs398652 on 14q21 both longer telomeres and a 19 – % reduction in the risk of bladder cancer was associated.Said Dr part of its current research program of U.S. Food and Drug Administration researchers recently published the results of two studies pertinent to pharmaco published. The data from those studies demonstrate that BPA metabolism effectively and efficiently and removed from the body. The study authors concluded that no age-related effect of ability to metabolize BPA and that the previous on the on postnatal rats, likely predict the about the possible effects. – ‘Health Canada did reaffirms that BPA-based liner into The use in food and drink is is safe for use and migrate extremely low BPA to its goods Coupled with new research FDA, indicating that primates such people, can be quickly metabolized.
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