Some families suffer from cancer and this complication is found in their various organs and is also inherited in their children. What is the reason for this? How can we prevent it? The important reason for the occurrence of this procedure in this What are people?
Researchers at the NHS Foundation College London have used genetic testing to find out why some families have high rates of cancer.
A study of 1,100 patients with rare sarcoma cancer shows that more than half of these people were born with a mutated gene. Inherited gene mutations associated with ovarian, breast, and intestinal cancers are common in patients with sarcoma, in addition to other types of patients. Sarcoma is a type of cancer that affects bones or soft tissues such as muscles and joints. Pain, inflammation and sudden fractures are the most important symptoms of sarcoma.
According to the BBC, this study shows that patients with mutations in multiple cancer genes are much more likely to develop cancer at a young age than people with a single genetic mutation.
This study is effective in treating various types of cancer through gene therapy and recommends regular screenings to people with a family history of cancer.
The findings are published in The Lancet Oncology.