More Pieces of the Puzzle: Baby Steps, but Steps Nonetheless

“The Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium previously described six such genetic differences and now the COGS project has found five more.”

For a more complete report on the nearly doubling of the number of genetic variations linked to ovarian cancer by the Collaborative Oncological Gene-environment Study (COGS), read today’s article in ScienceDaily:

Five Genetic Variations Increase Risk of Ovarian Cancer
Mar. 27, 2013
An international research collaboration has found five new regions of the human genome that are linked to increased risks for developing ovarian cancer. Duke Medicine researchers played a leading role analyzing genetic information from more than 40,000 women.

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Wandering and wondering - taking it all in -- and increasingly shaking my head. Who are we and how did we get to this here? And, what, where and how next? Putting what I see and think out there in pictures and always looking for other ways, hence, this blog. This blog, like me, is a work in process and still doesn't quite know what it wants to be when it grows up.
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