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Published on Mar 27, 2013
Small genetic variations between people are linked to an increased or decreased risk of disease, such as cancer. To find these variations scientists scan the DNA of thousands of people, looking for SNPs -- alterations that are more common in people with cancer. This could lead to targeted screening, new treatments and a greater understanding of the disease.