The CpG island methylator phenotype is not associated with a personal or family history of cancer

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Colorectal cancers with widespread CpG island methylation display a number of distinct clinicopathological features, and it has been suggested that the condition has an inheritable genetic component. To address this possibility, histories of cancer were o
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Ward, Robyn
Williams, Robyn
Law, Matthew
Hawkins, Nicholas
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2004
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UNSW Faculty