Genes involved in vitamin D generation and destruction may influence colorectal cancer risk in African-Americans

African-Americans are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to have and die from colorectal cancer. Changes in the DNA sequence of genes that affect how the body makes and destroys vitamin D modify the risk for colorectal cancer in African …

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Genes involved in vitamin D generation and destruction may influence colorectal cancer risk in African-Americans

African-Americans are more likely than non-Hispanic whites to have and die from colorectal cancer. Changes in the DNA sequence of genes that affect how the body makes and destroys vitamin D modify the risk for colorectal cancer in African …

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