Implications and Expansion of Familial Cancer Studies

Kazuo Tamura
2005 Journal of Familial Tumors  
Because the importance of familial cancer study has been recognized from the past and is unchangeable in future, I think that it is necessary for the implications to be made known to many members of The Japanese Society for Familial Tumors. Therefore, I describe the same purport repeatedly. In addition single gene disorders, I now advocate the necessity of studying low-penetrance genes, which are involved in cancer-induction and/or cancer-promotion)
doi:10.18976/jsft.5.2_89 fatcat:wloibgqjbrdtraizer65rxy7qa