Ovarian Cancer and Mutation 5382insC in BRCA1 Gene (Clinical Case)
AbstractCase report was described and familial cancer syndrome in proband’s family was established. Based on the results of complex examination and medical-genetic counseling proband’s disease was associated with mutation 5382 insС in BRCA1 gene indicating the role of molecular genetic testing for timely detection of malignant ovarian and breast pathology in families with burdened history of cancer.
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