Citation:Matikaine MP, Pukkala E, Schleutker J, Tammela TL, Koivisto P, Sankila R, et al 2001

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Matikaine MP, Pukkala E, Schleutker J, Tammela TL, Koivisto P, Sankila R, et al. Relatives of prostate cancer patients have an increased risk of prostate and stomach cancers: a population-based, cancer registry study in Finland. Cancer Causes Control 2001 Apr;12(3):223-30 Available from: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11405327.



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For Australian men, has a family history of prostate cancer been shown to be reliably associated with a 2.0 fold or greater increase in risk of occurrence of or death from prostate cancer when compared to men who do not have a family history?Suzanne Hughescompleted
For Australian men, has a family history of prostate cancer been shown to be reliably associated with a 2.0 fold or greater increase in risk of occurrence of or death from prostate cancer when compared to men who do not have a family history?Tracy Tsangcompleted

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