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9] This clearly has significant implications for the development of treatments that would potentially be of benefit for patients harbouring preclinical or manifest mutations, as well as for patients with sporadic disease.
The serogroup W clone associated with the Hajj-related outbreak during 2000 (22) has been present and a persistent cause of sporadic disease in Burkina Faso since the 2002 epidemic (R.
Compared with women with sporadic disease, the BRCAl carriers tended to be younger and have higher-grade disease with negative receptors, Dr.
Compared with women with sporadic disease, the BRCA1 carriers tended to be younger and have higher-grade disease with negative receptors.
It's a sporadic disease, runs in families and smokers are at greater risk.
The researchers also genotyped several single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) spanning the progranulin gene to determine whether a common variation at the locus increases the risk of sporadic disease, but they found no evidence of allelic association of any of the SNPs.