Researchers to Examine Link Between Battlefield Chemical Exposure and Prostate Cancer

Researchers to Examine Link Between Battlefield Chemical Exposure and Prostate Cancer
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine will study the link between exposure to battlefield chemicals and prostate cancer (PC) in U.S. veterans with a $1 million Challenge Award from the Prostate Cancer Foundation. The goal is to better understand specific mutations or changes in expression that might have occurred as a result of exposure to

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2 comments

  1. Robert Hill says:

    How does a Veteran get on this study? I was diagnosed with prostate cancer at 48, radical prostatectomy at 50. Recurance and radiation at 56, recurance and radiation again at 63. Now 67-years old.

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