alexa Does Consanguinity Protect Against Breast Cancer in Tunisian Population?

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Does Consanguinity Protect Against Breast Cancer in Tunisian Population?

Consanguinity is highly prevalent in many parts of the world. The highest consanguinity rates (20% to 50% of all marriages) occur in North Africa, the Middle East, Southwest Asia and Southern India. The aim of this study is to assess the effect of consanguineous marriages on the incidence of sporadic and familial breast cancer in Tunisia.

 

Citation: Cherif WT, Uhrhummer N, Ayed FB, Bignon YJ, Sibille C, et al. (2014) Does Consanguinity Protect Against Breast Cancer in Tunisian Population?. Hereditary Genet 3:130. 

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