Extended cancer predisposition

Most cases of cancer are sporadic in origin, but between 5 and 10% of cancer diagnoses have a hereditary genetic origin.

There are certain genes, called cancer predisposition genes, in which there are germline genetic alterations, i.e. they are present in all the cells of our body and increase the risk of developing cancer.

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