The discovery of two new genes that cause Fanconi anemia suggest the rare disease is linked to a DNA repair system that normally keeps people healthy, according to a new study. The new findings also add evidence to a link between Fanconi anemia and mutations in genes that increase a woman's risk of breast and ovarian cancers.
Scientists Find Clues in Fanconi Anemia - Yahoo! News
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