Prostate cancer is a common disease that affects 1 in 7 men from middle age. The severity of the disease varies greatly between individuals, where in some cases, a tumor may slowly grow during a person’s lifetime with no negative health impact, while in others, tumors can aggressively metastasize and become life-threatening. A few mutations have been linked to hereditary prostate cancer, and variants in specific genes, such as BRCA2 or HOXB13, correlate with life-threating forms of prostate cancer.
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Genes in bold are recommended by International guidelines, including German expert panels and/or have been more often associated with specific cancers.