haematology
Blood cancers

Familial risks defined for blood cancers

Substantial familial risks of haematological cancers have been shown in a European study that found people who have a parent, sibling or child with a condition such as lymphoma have up to a 17-fold higher likelihood of being diagnosed with the same disease. Younger age of diagnosis and the number of affected first-degree relatives were ...

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