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Patients with “early-onset cancer”—that is, cancers that typically do not occur in younger adults (aged 18-39)—had a significantly higher rate of germline mutations than patients with the “young adult cancers” that are typically seen in this age-group (21% vs 13%, respectively; P = .002), according to results of a new study. The results were presented at the 2020 AACR virtual annual meeting and were highlighted at a meeting press cast.
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