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Ras oncogene -colon Ca(FA)
Ras oncogene-lung,colon,pancreaticCa(Goljan)
In an explanation in UsmleRx it says Ras oncogene is associated with follicular Ca of thyroid????
I haven't found the last in any other book, tell me if it is correct please
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ya i think the last sentence is also true.....

DIT mentioned it and i remember reading it somewhere too...
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Yes here's ras oncogene association with different cancers http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/2547513

and here it's association with Follicular CA of the thyroid
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12788883


Note: Medullary CA of the thyroid associated with "ret oncogene"
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