Variations in telomere lengthening genes may predispose some people to papillary thyroid cancer

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have found that specific variations in three genes related to maintaining the length of telomeres—the protective DNA endcaps on chromosomes—may explain up to 4.5% of papillary thyroid cancers. Papillary thyroid cancer is the most common form of thyroid cancer.

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