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Ph.D. in Oncology from the Fundação Antônio Prudente - AC Camargo Cancer Center (2014), MSc in Genetics from the Graduate Program in Genetics, Federal University of Paraná (2009) and a degree in Biological Sciences from the Federal University of Paraná (2006). Has experience in the area of ​​genetics, with an emphasis in Human Genetics and Oncogenetics, and the area of ​​genomics. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Recent advances in genomics have enabled the recognition of several novel cancer predisposing genes. Although genetic screening is currently well established for more common hereditary cancers, there are a number of very rare tumors (annual incidence of less than 6 per 100,000 individuals) that are highly associated with cancer syndromes, but are often neglected due to its infrequency. ...
Recent advances in genomics have enabled the recognition of nearly a hundred new cancer predisposing genes. Although genetic screening in these genes is currently well established for the most common hereditary tumors, there are a number of rare tumors, including sarcomas, which may be associated with hereditary cancer syndromes but whose mutation frequencies in these genes are still un...
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