Association of PHB 1630 C>T and MTHFR 677 C>T polymorphisms with breast and ovarian cancer risk in BRCA1/2 mutation carriers: results from a multicenter study

A Jakubowska, D Rozkrut, A Antoniou, U Hamann, R J Scott, L McGuffog, S Healy, O M Sinilnikova, G Rennert, F Lejbkowicz, A Flugelman, I L Andrulis, G Glendon, H Ozcelik, M Thomassen, M Paligo, P Aretini, J Kantala, B Aroer, A von WachenfeldtA Liljegren, N Loman, K Herbst, U Kristoffersson, R Rosenquist, P Karlsson, M Stenmark-Askmalm, B Melin, K L Nathanson, S M Domchek, T Byrski, T Huzarski, J Gronwald, J Menkiszak, C Cybulski, P Serrano, A Osorio, T R Cajal, M Tsitlaidou, J Benítez, M Gilbert, M Rookus, C M Aalfs, I Kluijt, J L Boessenkool-Pape, D F Easton, S D Ellis, J Cook, X Wang, OCGN, Zosia Miedzybrodzka

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