TERC polymorphisms are associated both with susceptibility to colorectal cancer and with longer telomeres

A. M. Jones, A. D. Beggs, Luis Carvajal-Carmona, S. Farrington, A. Tenesa, M. Walker, K. Howarth, S. Ballereau, S. V. Hodgson, A. Zauber, M. Bertagnolli, R. Midgley, H. Campbell, D. Kerr, M. G. Dunlop, Ian P M Tomlinson

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