Disruption Hospital, a survey of 129 cancer patients … "Personal care and prevention in the future"
Researchers say the risk of leukemia by genetic testing can be said to rise.
Professor Min-hong Min of Severance Hospital, Professor Jung Jun-Won and Professor Lee Seung-Tae from the Ministry of Health Studies Department of the Ministry of Health on the 18 th June t tested guinea races in 129 patients (leukemia 95) who were diagnosed with myeloid blood cancer in 2016 ~ 2017. t
The researchers identified a tribe from using the next generation (NGS) that can test many genes at the same time.
As a result, generation designations were identified in 8.4 to 11.6% of patients diagnosed with myeloid hematologic illnesses, such as fanconiemia, aplastic animal anemia, and thrombocytopenia. The guidance genes have been found in different age groups between 3 and 72 years of age.
This means that one in ten patients will have a ban on seed gene that is a form of genetic pollution that happens at the time of bacterial cell development before being born and born.
"This study confirms that leukemia has a high genetic preview in Koreans," said Jung Jun-winning, professor at Seoul University National Hospital. "He said.
"The NGS test can help reduce the risk of re-establishing by giving a donor to a family member with no impact", he added. T to come. "
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2019/03/18 13:42 Songwon